Apply speed change to the clip, EXPORT as a new clip using decent intermediate codec (ProRes, DNxHD, GoPro Cineform) then import the NEW clip and apply Stabilizer to that. Or Stabilize original clip in 100fps timeline, export, then continue editing with new clip. Understand that any stabilizer plug-in must analyze several adjacent frames to determine how to make fixes, and when you are changing the speed that messes with the math and you get unpredictable results.
clip is too long:
If you cut it back to 6 sec.
Just Subwarp, smoothnes 100 and Stabilize Only.
Up the additional scale.
I think it would look a lot better.
Thanks for your reply,
Problem being I shoot a lot of 100fps footage and exporting clips / re-importing is a huge intermediate time waster.
I might experiment with a few things and see where it takes me.
Care to expand on "clip is too long"?
Have you tried what i suggested?
Yes. Same results.
What do you mean by the "clips are too long?"
Surely Adobe wouldn't limit the use of such a pinnacle feature?
The content in the clip changes too much.
You have got lights shining.
I tried stabilizing the footage you posted on YT and result was fine as describe earlier.
Which further pushes towards the frame rate as being an issue.
it doesnt appear I can use 100FPS footage on a 25fps timeline slowed to 25% then nested, then stabilized.
I have been able to do it with previous projects just fine, but all new clips IRRELEVANT of its contents stutter and glitch out.
my only work around is to export the file at 25% then re-import and stabilize.