The Analysis happens automatically for me right after applying the clip.
Jim: Also if you apply the effect to multiple clips? If you mark 10 clips, and drag the effect on the marked clips.
I have to anayze manually if I do it like that...
Yeah, even when I apply to multiple clips, it starts immediately.
Mine doesn't :-(
It displays a blue band on the clip saying "Frame not analyzed for stabilization; click analyze". Do you perhaps have a tip for me? :-)
It's not a "custom preset" is it? Because those don't automatically begin analyzing...unfortunately. Otherwise, it should work...we do it ALL the time.
Yes, it is a custom preset. My preset includes only 10 % smoothness (to reduce crop) and "detailed analysis".
If I apply the effect without my customized preset I get the automated analysis, but instead I have to select each clip and change the settings, so either way I have to use a lot of extra time :-(
So if I should sum up, there is no short cut for me?
(I value your responses very much, and thank you for that!)
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Yes, sadly custom presets with warp stabilizers don't work correctly. You have to go hit analyze manually for every clip. For you that may be quicker than changing your two settings for each clip. It is a bummer though. We actually use this effect several hundred times per week and prefer the "Position, Scale, Rotation" method in the settings but we can't use the custom preset because it doesn't properly re-analyze automatically like the default effect does. I'm not sure whether it'd be a bug report or a feature request (in my opinion it's a bug) but definitely report it to the link above.