Not really. If you used a timelapse, then the motion from frame to frame is not continuous, so there is nothing to analyze. You will have better luck manually aligning the images one at a time. Using Photoshop's auto-align, straightening and merge features might prove useful...
lt's not clear HOW you shot this, and that makes a big difference. If you have to use all those parameters and you still have no success, you'll probably be better off just reshooting. Warp Stabilizer can fix minor shooting oopsies very well, but it can only do so much.
Cutting off the head of a stature that was intended to be in the shot is a MAJOR problem. In the meantime, you might want to read up on some of the basics of what you're trying to accomplish:
Google: Stop Motion Animation
Thanks for the reply. Here is sample of video. The statue has a circle of brick pavers surrounding it. I used pavers for reference for distance from statue and distance between shots. I used nose for reference point on grid in camera viewer for target.
...and yes. I will read about basics as I am an amateur learning constantly. I appreciate your guidance.
Warp stabilization will not work on that shot. You need about 20 times the number of frames and a much better way to rig the camera. Great time lapse is a precise science.
The only thing that may work is something like the hyperlapse app for smart phones.
What Rick said and I can only once more also point out what I said - this is nothing Warp Stabilizer can handle due to discontinuity issues from frame to frame in strict technical terms...
You can try to track the statue with mocha and stabilize it based on that tracking data.
I would draw a rough mask around the statue, unlink it from the track and keyframe it roughly over time such that it always covers the statue and not much of the background.
That way, the tracker is not too much irritated by the background (which is changing a lot) and attempts to focus the stabilization on the statue.
Here is a tutorial how to stabilize with MochaImport+ based on mocha tracking data
And this tutorial explains how to unlink the layer from the track:
Also make sure to set the tracking options to only track position, scale and rotation and no shear or perspective.