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Every clip needs Warp?
I would suggest modifying the shooting process, as a heavy lifterclike Warp is designed to fix problems not be the standard effect on every clip.
That said, you're going to have to do this one at a time.
20 4K clips needs warp stabilizer? Wow thats a lot of work for even a high end machine to manage. And it will be tremendously time consuming even if you were using proxies. May I ask why so many clips need stabilizing? And what cam were they shot on?
I usually shoot short travel clips (20-30 secs) with Nikon D850 without a tripod and all the clips need to be stabilized.
That's why I have a lot of short clips to work with.
My iMac needs about 2/3 minutes for every clip and I don't want to stabilize a clip, wait and then stabilize the other.
What I need is a process that stabilizes all the clips sequentially, not all together.
So I could run this process and just wait for it to finish. In the meantime, I could do other kinds of works and I won't lose precious time running each clip manually.
In my experience there is only one way to "batch stabilize" as I term it.
Edit your sequence with all the clips that go into the edit.
Nest the sequence and then apply the stabilizer to the nested sequence.
The disadvantage to this is you will NOT be able to adjust stabilizer settings per clip as to will affect all clips in the nested sequence.
How long it will take to analyze is anyones guess. Also please note that varying degrees of judder will need fine tuning and this method will not allow you to fine tune per clip unless you somehow managed to shake your camera in the same way for every shot lol.
Best of luck and let me know how it goes
I usually shoot...without a tripod
You should solve that. Tripods, monopods, stabilizers, gimbals, and lenses with OIS are all better options than post-processing.
I will try to nest all the clips in the sequence.
After stabilizing the nested clip (containing all the clips in the timeline), how can I separate it into the clips again?
Double click the nest sequence in th project window and it will open up the nest in a timeline I all individual clips inside it.
I tried your tip but when I go to the nested clip all the clips are not stabilized
Giovanni how many of the clips in the nest were stabilized. If an effect is dropped on a nested sequence it all affect all clips within it.
Do you mean that the clips are stabilized using the same parameters?
And in this way the system use a king of average stabilizer parameter?
If this is correct I cannot do it because I get clips not correctly stabilized.
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Yes as I mentioned previously if you nest and add the stabilizer you will NOT be able to control each clips stabilisations individually. Unfortunately you are going to have to stabilize each clip one by one or next time use a Steadicam type rig.