A1 does not have rolling shutter issue. That is only for camera's with CMOS and not CCD.
Start with the default setting.
Not all clips are suitable for stabilisation.
A few seconds of the clip we be nice.
Can you send a clip?
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See if this Chris Meyer tutorial on how Warp Stabilizer can easily get crazy (and how to fix that) is similar to your ongoing issue.
And yes, uploading footage would be nice.
I used Mercalli before and since CS6 I work with the Warp Stabilizer with better results at least in my case (Sony AVCHD Cam CX 700). My "Warp rules" are simple (using mainly standard settings):
* If you are Zooming and panning only Smooth Stabilization works without too much tweaking
* Seperate szenes in small pieces if you have a mixture of stable/zooming/panning parts
* Start only (short) 6-8 Warp Stabilizers in parallel as they use a lot of memory (my PC has 24 GB main storage); on top a fast GPU is your friend
* Big differences between foreground (e.g. flowers moved by a heavy wind) and background (e.g. steady nonmoving structures like mountains) are hard to stabilize (similar to your results) and I take the shots as they are (or redo it)
I uploaded a clip to Ann Bens deposit file.com link.
Did it get there? Never done this before.
You have to post the download link so folks can get there.
That demonstrated my issue very closely.
The problem is that I do not have After Effects!
How do I "outsmart" the Warp with only Prem Pro CS 6?
I feel so dumb.
Please elaborate and detail process.
This is the not the most or least stable section in my entire segment, however it should demonstrate the issue at hand.
Interesting to find out to what extent it can be fixed, how it's acheived and with what tools.
Although it's easier (more convenient) to accomplish the mission in After Effects, you can do it in PrPro as well:
1. Nest your shaky footage.
2. Within the newly created nested sequence apply Garbage Matte onto the footage to separate the woman on the foreground. E.g. draw Eight-Point Garbage Matte around the woman.
3. Create a Color Matte, pick e.g. R:7 G:7 B:9 to more or less match its colour to your footage background and drop this Color Matte above your footage with Garbage Matte.
4. Copy Garbage Matte from the footage and paste onto the Color Matte, delete or disable Garbage Matte on the footage. Optionally apply Fast Blur effect onto the Color Matte and dabble with Blurriness value so as to soften (feather) Matte's edges, adjusting Garbage Matte points if necessary.
5. Jump back to your master sequence and apply Warp Stabilizer onto the nested sequence, formerly your shaky footage. Set Stabilization to No Motion.
6. When done, switch to your nested sequence, disable the Color Matte eyeball, switch back to the master sequence, enjoy.