How long were these videos you were trying to stabilize?
No more than a minute long. Some as short as 10 seconds. I've tried with footage from my Nikon D3200 and also with a some short iPhone videos, and with random video found on the web.
I dont think the video analysis even start starts, it never gets past the Initializing phase; the Adobe Analysis Server seems to crash before it even starts doing anything.
Thanks for the response.
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I would check for updates, check for 3rd party codec packs and display drivers. I warp stabilize almost every day with a MacPro, mac mini, macBookProR with no problems.
There's a reference to a directory in your error message. Make sure you have read write permissions on the root...filesupport
Also, make sure PPro is up to date if you have it installed.
It seems that this issue is caused by some folders being created with the wrong permissions set. This morning, a new version of the Creative Cloud desktop application was released that fixes this issue.
See this article for more information:
That article doesn't mention After Effects specifically, but I'm reasonably sure that the same fix will help here.
Let us know either way.
Yes! That solved the problem
I signed out of Creative Cloud desktop app, and signed in again, and was informed an update to Creative Cloud was available. After applying the update, the Warp stabilizer is now functioning perfectly.
Thanks so much for your help.