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Slo Motion (motion 5)

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OK, pretty much addicted to learning the ins and outs of Motion 5 and it's time to move into more adventurous editing. I can't seem to figure out is how to warp video speeds like in the below demo with the Audi drifting around a track.

MOTION 5 Features (HD 720P) - YouTube

Any tips how to switch it up mid shot like this? Learning how to 'slow mo' would be extremely useful for future plans.
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