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jason leuefcpx stabilizing workflow
by on Oct 11, 2011 at 6:06:07 pm

With fcp 7 the best workflow was to re-render out the footage you were actually using in your cut and then use smooth cam other wise it would analyze the whole clip in the bin.

Is this the same in fcpx?

Does fcpx analyze the whole clip or just what I'm using in my timeline when I click stabilize in the inspector window?

I know it analyzes the whole clip if I select analyze on import, that's why I don't use it. Why would I want to analyze the whole clip unless I have too, which is why I'm asking.

Sorry if this has been covered, couldn't find info on this anywhere.

Thanks
Jason


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Roger BoltonRe: fcpx stabilizing workflow
by on Oct 12, 2011 at 2:14:36 am

Turning on stabilize in the inspector only analyzes the portion in use in the timeline.

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jason leueRe: fcpx stabilizing workflow
by on Oct 13, 2011 at 10:34:08 pm

hey there you go.

one up for the X

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Chris NorthcrossRe: fcpx stabilizing workflow
by on Nov 18, 2011 at 11:31:40 am

Rock on! Didn't realize this and spent a while stabilizing the entire clip (time waster!) Thanks for this.

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