Adobe Premiere Pro is a flagship video editing program that requires very little knowledge to start off editing and compiling your creative videos, however, it is a fantastic program for those who want to learn and explore new techniques as well.
A very popular editing technique for slow motion footage is what we call Speed Ramping.
It is important to understand the characteristics and fundamentals of slow-motion footage in terms of frames per second versus the frame rate of your timeline. Usually, you will be editing in a 25 frames per second sequence, and if that is the case, you can then use this as an example: video shot at 100 frames per second can be slowed down 4 times to be played back at 25 frames per second.
The ramping effect in Premiere Pro CC is a technique used to slow down segments of slow motion footage and making the rate at these changes differ depending on your preferences.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Justin Odisho on How To Speed Ramp Slow Motion Footage In Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Tutorial)...