RE:Vision Effects intelligently slows down, speed-up or frame rate convert your image sequence. This tutorial by Lori Freitag provides an overview of how to use Twixtor within After Effects, including how to apply Twixtor, how to speed up and slow down footage using Twixtor.
Lip-Synch with Twixtor Play Video Key framed alignment of video to audio. In this tutorial from RE: Vision Effects, Lori Freitag covers the basic concept of aligning a video track to a different audio track using Twixtor. As an example we lip-synch an outdoor shoot to a studio recording.
Twixtor: When and How to use Tracking Points Play Video This Tutorial shows how to get better results using Tracking Points for more complex shots and to help get rid of warping or ghosting. Tracking Points are available in Twixtor Pro for AE, FCP (pre-FCPX), Premiere Pro, Nuke & OFX hosts such as Scratch & Composite.
Twixtor: Better Retiming Using a Matte Play Video This Tutorial shows how to get better tracking using a matte to separate your footage into multiple layers. Multiple layers are available in Twixtor Pro for AE, FCP, Premiere Pro, and Twixtor for Smoke, Flame, Fusion, Nuke & OFX hosts such as Scratch & Composite.
Twixtor in Avid MC: Frame Rate Conversions Play Video This tutorial shows how how to do a Frame rate conversion if the Input and the Output are both Interlaced or both Progressive and also how to do a Frame Rate Conversion from Progressive Footage to Interlaced Footage in Avid Media Composer.
Software developer RE:Vision Effects just released Twixtor 5 plug-in for Avid Media Compser, Symphony and NewsCutter, including 64-bit support for Media Composer 6, Symphony 6 and NewsCutter 10. That will make Twixtor's slow motion shots - achieved quickly and at a high image quality - available to Avid editors.
Frame Edge Issues and Twixtor Play Video This Tutorial explains when it is appropriate to use Smart Blend and shows regular Twixtor with Inverse and with Forward Warping and compares a panning shot slowed down 10x with and without Smart Blend.