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Martin Baun
Warp stabilizer - What am I doing wrong?
on Dec 10, 2014 at 9:10:21 am

I have a video clip showing what I have squeezed out of warp stabilizer so far.

https://reels.creativecow.net/film/warp-stabilizer-test

As anyone can see the results is not satisfying. I would like to remove the shaking from the kid walking right in front of the camera.

Test 2 and 3 are close, but there are some wobbling in the image that just looks strange.

What am I doing wrong? Is it because the view is complety black/blocked in the middle of the video resulting in warp not work probably?

Please help


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Tero Ahlfors
Re: Warp stabilizer - What am I doing wrong?
on Dec 10, 2014 at 11:17:45 am

You can't remove motion blur in post so stabilizing too much might look weird. Also I wouldn't recommend that subspace warp setting if there's bigger perspective changes because it can create wobbliness when it doesn't know what it should be stabilizing.

There's Warp Stabilizer VFX in AE and it's a bit better than the Premiere version because you can remove unwanted stabilizing points.


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Josiah Burdick
Re: Warp stabilizer - What am I doing wrong?
on Dec 10, 2014 at 8:17:38 pm

Warp stabilizer is a really great plug-in but not fault proof.

Outside of reshooting the scene, I would try changing the parameters in warp stablizer from "Smooth Motion" to "No Motion" and then stop the clip before the camera pans left. That way warp only effects the moment the boy runs past. At the exact same frame continue the rest of the shot in a second clip without warp stabilizer on it.

Hope that helps!

Josiah Burdick
fearlesspictures.com


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Merlin Vandenbossche
Re: Warp stabilizer - What am I doing wrong?
on Dec 11, 2014 at 5:14:14 pm

I've found in the past that changing the mode from Subspace warp to 'Position, Scale, Rotation' and/or reducing the smoothness to less than 15 percent helps to reduce the wobble. Maybe worth a try here as well?


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Martin Baun
Re: Warp stabilizer - What am I doing wrong?
on Dec 11, 2014 at 9:32:45 pm

Thanks for the tips!

I think I have tried everything but it still shakes a little.

Maybe I should give warp a try in AE or find a plugin that is more advanced.

Thanks again :)


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