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Michael Jörg
Stabilisation fails
on Jun 10, 2015 at 1:09:32 pm
Last Edited By Michael Jörg on Jun 10, 2015 at 1:17:22 pm

Hi out there,

I tried out the stabilisation of Resolve the fist time. It worked out very well in Davinic, but as soon as I render it, the picture starts to shake massively! It is jittering like creasy .

The problem only accures when I render individual source clips,
singel clip is rendering fine.

It is RED RAW UHD stuff rendered as Prores HQ UHD.

What do I do wrong?

Cheers,

Michael


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Joseph Owens
Re: Stabilisation fails
on Jun 10, 2015 at 4:15:54 pm

If it is previewing successfully, hard to say what would cause it to export incorrectly especially in clip mode as opposed to single file mode. You are using the internal Resolve stabilizer and not a plugin filter?

The only other slight possibility that comes to mind is perhaps a difference in the source media being in conflict with the sequence resolution....

jPo

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Sascha Haber
Re: Stabilisation fails
on Jun 11, 2015 at 6:46:48 am

One rule of thumb is always to use cached images and leave that pesky highest debayer option disabled.
It might very well be that it tries to restabilize upon render and something goes wrong.

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Charles Haine
Re: Stabilisation fails
on Jun 16, 2015 at 11:29:13 am

Another possibility is that someone had tried to stabilize the shot in the offline editor (FCP, Premiere, Resolve), and when you take it back to that program (as I'm assuming you would after rendering individual source clips), the shot is getting that original staiblization setting re-applied on top of your stabilized shot, making it look nuts.

Try seeing if there are any effects on that shot in your offline edit program and removing them.

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