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Ryan McDermott
Jello Effect on backgrounds caused by Warp stabilizer
on Dec 12, 2016 at 10:47:09 pm

I'm attempting to fix some shaky footage by applying warp stabilizer. I'm having the issue of parts of the background shaking, while everything else remains smooth, which ends up making the shakiness stand out even more. This is specifically happening in clips that have large clouds in them. Even when applying the "Detailed Analysis" and adjusting the smoothness, etc., the clouds remain jello-like.

I've exported a demonstration of my clip before and after to better demonstrate my situation. I've searched for an answer, but haven't seen any explanation to this specific issue. Any help would be great.


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Alan Lloyd
Re: Jello Effect on backgrounds caused by Warp stabilizer
on Dec 12, 2016 at 11:19:56 pm

Have you applied "Rolling shutter repair" to the clip in question?


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Dave LaRonde
Re: Jello Effect on backgrounds caused by Warp stabilizer
on Dec 12, 2016 at 11:41:12 pm

Search for "rolling shutter removal". If the PP warp stabilizer doesn't have that adjustment, the warp stabilizer in After Effects does. But like any such software solution, its best use is in cases where the distortion is only mild.

Dave LaRonde
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Roei Tzoref
Re: Jello Effect on backgrounds caused by Warp stabilizer
on Dec 15, 2016 at 9:38:43 am
Last Edited By Roei Tzoref on Dec 15, 2016 at 9:44:07 am

[Ryan McDermott] "I'm attempting to fix some shaky footage by applying warp stabilizer."

have you run through the help files? this semi-automatic tool has more then just click and go
https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/stabilize-motion-warp-stabilizer...

actually the default "subspace Warp" can cause many problems, try different methods

one other thing - WS is scanning the footage for movement caused by the camera, if you also have movement of objects - it can through the stabilizer off thinking it should stabilize that movement. if you need finer control in stabilizing the footage such as delete certain areas from the track so it won't try to stabilize them - use WS Vfx in After Effects for stabilizing the shot and render it, then import back to premiere.


[Ryan McDermott] "I've exported a demonstration of my clip before and after to better demonstrate my situation."

where is the link?

Roei Tzoref
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