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it all depends on how you want to go about it. You can bring the image sequence into a compositing software like AE or Nuke and export it as .MOV or .AVI and then slow it down in an editing package like Premiere, Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer. Once there, depending on the package, the process differs. In premiere and Final Cut, you R-click the video in the timeline and select time stretch and you set the new duration or percentage and it will slow down based on the values.

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You should be able to accomplish what you're looking for in houdini if you just drop in a timewarp node after your color node. Set the input range to your timeline length and the second number on your output range to something much bigger. In your case something like 600 would work.

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