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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer

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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the 'Warp Stabilizer' effect in Premiere Pro. This powerful effect can be used to stabilize hand help or shaky footage so that the end result will be smooth motion or even no motion for the clip it is applied to. While being very powerful, the warp stabilizer works best with a good CUDA graphics card so that clips can be played back with the effect applied without the need to render the clips to see updates to any changes made.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer
by evren gulcemal
how can ı buy
for Premiere Pro or After Effect CS6 Warps Stabilizer
@evren gulcemal
by Andrew Devis
Hi Evren
The warp Stabilizer is part of both After Effects and Première Pro CS6 - search for it in effects and presets.
Andrew

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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer
by Pete Mulder
I shoot commercial video from a multirotor helicopter and I rely heavily upon Warp Stabilizer. The one and only issue that I have with it relates to how it stabilizes or, in some cases, does NOT stabilize the sky along with everything else. It cannot wrap my head around this. After stabilizing a clip in Premiere Pro or After Effect CS6 Warps Stabilizer everything on the ground and the horizon will be perfectly stabilizer and totally acceptable yet the sky itself is still dancing around independently and looks like an entirely separate part of the video. I can only suspect that it has something to do with the fact that there is very little contrast between the color of the sky and the wispy clouds so Warp Stab does not know what to do with it. Does anyone know a way to correct for this situation? I have a clip on Vimeo that shows this at: http://vimeo.com/58068237 Password: cow
I would be grateful to anyone willing to open a dialogue about this as I cannot seem to find any commentary about this anywhere yet others I know personally are having this same issue.

Pete
@Pete Mulder
by Andrew Devis
Hi Pete

I see exactly what you mean - it is a real problem! I suspect that you have played with the various methods inside the warp stabilizer to see if any of them give better results?

Otherwise, I have 2 suggestions. Firstly, get in touch with tech support at Adobe and let them know about the problem and see what they can come up with.

Otherwise, have you tried Mocha Pro? Mocha Pro has a stabilization module and is able to track the sky and so may well give a better result?

If you want to send me a short clip to try with Mocha Pro I would be happy to have a look for you so you can see if it may be the solution you're looking for?

It basically gives all the same options as AE including the ability to create new edges based on previous and past frames so you can get the same end result. Mocha Pro is a seriously powerful piece of software which I highly recommend.

Let me know what you think.
All the best
Andrew
PS - if you are going to send me a clip it should be soon as I am away from good internet connections next week ...

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@Andrew Devi
by Pete Mulder
Andrew: Thanks so much for your reply and you suggestions. I would be very grateful if you would test a clip with your Mocha Pro. Please tell me how you would like to receive this clip and I will cut one down to size for you. If I were to post a short clip on Vimeo, and make it downloadable, would you be able to download it alright? Please let me know what works best for you and I will get right on it. Thanks again.

Pete

Pete
@Pete Mulder
by Andrew Devis
Pete: Downloadable from Vimeo sound great! Just send me the link and password and I'll get on with it from there - it may be Monday now before I can get to it but I will do it as soon as I can. If you want to send passwords etc directly you can email me through http://www.tale2tell.com otherwise here is great :o)

I'll look forward to getting the clip.
Andrew

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@Andrew Devi
by Pete Mulder
Andrew:

Fantastic. I will get back to you shortly with a link. Thanks again.

Pete

Pete
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 105 Warp Stabilizer
by Camille Katz
very good helpful tutorial! thanks a lot!


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