Video Speed Controller

Speed up or slow down your video

Change the speed of your video online

Are you looking for a way to speed up a video without needing to download any pricey apps or dubious software? You’ve come to the right place. Our tool above works online, right from any browser, whether that’s Chrome, Firefox or Safari.

Worried about security? Don’t be! Only you have access to the files you upload and better yet, they are only stored for just 24 hours before they’re wiped completely from our servers - never to be seen again.

And please note that the Video Speed Controller works for Android and iOS devices as well as Windows or Mac computers.

How to use the Video Speed Controller

  1. Upload your clip

    At the top of this page you’ll find a blue ‘Choose file’ button. Tap this to upload a clip from your device.

    Add a clip to the Video Speed Controller

    See the small arrow on the right-hand side? Click this and a drop-down menu will appear, giving you the option to upload directly from a Google Drive or Dropbox account.

  2. Speed it up or slow it down

    Once your video has been added, you’ll be taken to the editor where you can choose to speed up or slow down. Use the slider on the top right to go up in increments of 0.05x from 0.25 all the way to 4x speed.

    Select a number in the Video Speed Controller

    Next, be sure to check the mute button underneath if you want your clip to have no weird slowed-down and sped-up sound.

    You can also change the video output format at the bottom left if needed. We recommend MP4 format for mobile devices and social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook.

    Finally, hit the ‘Speed’ button. You’ll see some holding text while your new clip is processed.

  3. Download and enjoy

    All that there is to do now is to give your new clip a preview before downloading it. If you find it needs some changes, just click the ‘Back to edit’ button without needing to start from scratch.

    Download the clip from the Video Speed Controller

    To save the clip back to your device, tap the ‘Download’ button. And like before, you can save it in the cloud to your Dropbox or Google Drive accounts via the down-arrow on the right.