2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2014 2:43 PM by Neverends Productions

    warp stabilizer analyzing too much.

    Neverends Productions Level 1

      I have a composition that is 10 seconds long with a video clip. I added the Warp Stabilizer and shouldn't it just analyze just 3000 frames? It appears to be analyzing the entire clip even thought the comp is just 10 seconds.

        • 1. Re: warp stabilizer analyzing too much.
          Rick Gerard Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Make sure you set in and out points for your video layer.

           

          If for some reason that fails, precompose the video layer and warp stabilize the pre-comp.

           

          Here's another hint, after Warp Stabilizing your shot RENDER it to what I like to call a DI (digital intermediate) and others call a production codec and use that in the rest of your production. You'll be much better off in the long run unless your project is extremely simple. A DI is a lossless digital copy of your original footage to be used in the production pipeline for preparation of the final digital master from which you render your digital deliverables like H.264 files for almost every digital form of delivery today.

          • 2. Re: warp stabilizer analyzing too much.
            Neverends Productions Level 1

            Thanks Rick!! I did not have an outpoint set. #timesaver