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Stefan Buhrmester
My conclusion about image stabilization in FCPX
on Jun 24, 2011 at 8:05:40 am



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Rahul Duggal
Re: My conclusion about image stabilization in FCPX
on Jun 24, 2011 at 2:12:59 pm

LOL, yeah felt the same way.


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James Mortner
Re: My conclusion about image stabilization in FCPX
on Jun 24, 2011 at 2:59:30 pm

oh god really ?

LOL but very sad at the same time


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Andy Smith
Re: My conclusion about image stabilization in FCPX
on Jun 26, 2011 at 7:39:23 pm

Yep, and get this, it doesn't actually work at all if you use ProRes with Interlaced video.

If you change the Field Dominance to Progressive PRIOR to analysing (I'm from the UK that's not a typo :)) then it does stabilise but you seem to need to apply maxed out rolling shutter correction to cope with warping effects.

If you forgot to set the Field Dominance then your only choice seems to be to throw the media away and delete it completely from FCPX and reimport it. I tried a lot of things and couldn't do anything that would make it go through that 'Dominant Motion Analysis' again once it thought it had done it :S

Oh yeah, but if for some reason your media is in it's native format (first time I tried it I forgot to import with Convert to High Quality media turned on) then it DOES seem to work.. figure that one out :o

Reaaally hoping they sort out the Motion 5 round trip soon, that's the proper way to go.


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