Yes geckzilla, the footage is faster than real time, due to the necessity to use long exposures.
But the "speed of movement" of the northern lights is usually a combination of slow movements and fast movements combined.
In the editing we've tried to combine images that give an impression of what pulsating aurora looks like to the naked eye.
Pulsating aurora to the naked eye usually has slow pulsations of twice per minute, combined with faster pulsations of a few times per ten seconds. And sometimes there are rapid flashes too, almost like lightning ...
With a warm pair of coveralls and good gloves it's very nice to lay back in the snow for an hour and watch all the different aspects of pulsating aurora