The source footage is damaged? Your media cache is full? Could be anything and you're not providing enough info.
My first guess is that you are trying to stabilize an mpeg compressed gop stream. Try transcoding the footage so the cpu won't have to make up all of the missing frames for stabilizing. All of the new capture codecs produce amazing pictures at incredibly low data rates but they are virtually useless for any kind of serious production.
Mylenium is right though, we can't tell what's wrong without more information.
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Thanks for your help. Indeed, it is a DSLR footage file that I'm trying to stabilize (which I guess is Long-GOP). Ae usually does a really good job at this with Warp Stabilizer.
Transcoding didn't work, but when I created a new project after a reboot of Ae, Warp worked again.
I too get this, sometimes not and the analyze just drops without a word, but most of the time I get the error. I tried on material such as: Red r3d, uncompressed fullHD/SD, mp4, canon 7D etc. pretty much all formats there is, so there isn't a problem with what type of files or what GOP structure it got. I cannot solve this even by creating a new project or reboot, I even reinstalled AE and the Matrox drivers, I tried unplugging the MXO2 mini but got the same result, so I'm pretty much done testing, I tried everything I can think of. I allocated RAM differently, shut of multiprocessing, enabled it, more RAM to few cores and then less RAM to more cores, increased cashe, disabled it.
Sometimes when I let the footage play out with RAM preview, the analyze gets to the end in the background, but whenever I just let it work for itself it drops.
So I tried everything and the error still persist. What should I do?
I've had this several times with different types of source footage. I've just managed to get one "refusnik" clip analysed and stablised by ticking the "Detailed Analysis" box in the "Advanced" section. This was about my 8th go at getting it analysed. Not sure if this 'solution' is a one-off or a random fluke, I'll have to try it again next time Warp Satablizer falls over. But thought it was worth posting in case it helps someone. There's definitely something iffy about the module - you can never rely on it working (IMHO). Sometimes it's fab - othertimes it will make you tear your hair out.
I got the same error - always around frame 20 or so.
The clip I was having trouble with was a "dynamic linked" clip from Premiere (In PP I right clicked on a clip and selected "Replace with AE composition").
What I just recently did was copied the clip - created a new composition and paste it in there... and for some reason it worked.
This is a bug I'm sure. I had the exact same issue with 3D camera tracker and warp stabilizer.
My CC is up to date. the program was working fine up untill a few hours ago. I even started each step over and over. Now after I opened up my project file with the 3D camera still as an effect on my image viseo file, I just tried my luck and clicked on analyze and it worked.
I have no Idea what the bug could be but Adobe hasto sort this out.