I'm.....yeah...I just started with the video editing scene, rendering and encoding via handbrake for my fraps footages doesn't really count as video editing because I'm not adding all those cool effects you see on youtube videos! So I recorded a video on my phone and would like to add a slomo section to it, specifically the section where I want it to be in....has anyone that has used Blender or FFMPEG done slomo before? I've gone and read through this: https://www.blender.org/manual/edit...ed_control.html#creating-a-slow-motion-effect and I was like ok, so tried it and I don't know if it worked or not......which comes to the next issue I have with it - how the hell do I save the edited video to MP4 or MKV or whatever container I wish? Ok so I know I"ve already googled how to save videos in Blender, but a video tutorial from a sample slomo effect to saving the video in MP4 or what have you and then replaying said edited file to see it working. That's Blender, now I thought Blender is actually harder than it looks, so looked for other methods and apparently ffmpeg can also do this but I tried and ended up with some error code; here's a picture: https://s24.postimg.org/9nhx8sos5/Capture.png and so it would appear video editing is much harder overal than it looks! As for some other questions...um anyone tried My MP4Box GUI? I used that the cut out the section of video I recorded on my phone, however some of the files I split, they apparently become unreadable(the thumbnails doesn't load either) in windows media player.....what's causing this? I don't understand, did I not do the splitting correctly? Is there a preliminary step I need to do BEFORE splitting a section out via that program? Here's a screenshot for illustration: https://s23.postimg.org/vnw7a1avf/Capture.png Ok, that's all for now; hope I posted in the right section! ☺ Oh and Happy New Year everyone; 10 days late but who cares - better late than never!