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Are you talking about SteadyMove? That's long gone. The Warp Stabilizer is new in After Effects CS5.5; it's not available in any version of Premiere Pro.
I have CS5 not CS5.5... If it's not included in CS5, is there a third party app i can use or will i just have to reach into my wallet for CS5.5?
BTW, i wonder how long it will take before this "Warp Stablizer" in after effects disappears!
I know some folks use a program/plug-in called ProDad Mercalli; might see if there is a demo of that (no experience with it, myself). I'm sure there are others as well.
Why would Warp Stabilizer disappear from AE? It's a pretty incredible technology, so it would seem unlikely that they'd invest all the time and energy into making it happen just to get rid of it. I believe you can get an AE demo that is fully functional and try it out; I've used it to stabilize some shots that were otherwise throwaways.
Why would Warp Stabilizer disappear from AE?
In the past adobe would include third party effects Premiere only to remove them in the next version. It was maddening!
I'm currently looking at a tutorial that uses After Effects motion tracking effect to stablize footage. Hopfully this will work until i upgrade to CS5.5 or CS6.
Ah. Well, Warp Stabilizer isn't third party; it's an Adobe effect built into AE, so again, I don't think it's going anywhere. Maybe it will be superceded by some new awesome stabilizer, but that might be a few versions from now
I've used motion tracking to stabilize footage in AE, too; it works, for the most part. Warp Stabilizer is about a kajillion times better, to the point that I would dare call it "magic."
Yes, it is Nados. I was disappointed as Premiere Pro 1.5.1 had SteadyMove Pro as a Third Party Plug In, which was not bad, but, you could download from ProDAD, gmbh , Mercalli Pro V2 ,(you can trial this and see what you think) and for a Plug In at quarter of the price of After Effects, if you do not need anything other than an image stabilizer, it is very professional. The combined package gives you a Stand Alone application which will work on a 32 bit system, but there is a 64 bit Mercalli Pro V2 included and it is very fast and vfery effective with a Nividia Fx 3800. And CS5.5.2 is very fast indeed and wonderful to edit with, good luck.
I must admit the image stabilizer in Premiere Elements 4 is also very good, as is the stunning image stabilizer in Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 11 at $119 all up in a 32 bit system, take them for a test drive.
I did not need After Effects for what we do .Adobe could surely have included an image stabilizer? The beauty of CS5.5.2 is that you can Import stabilized clips ( I use H.264 mov 1920 x 1080p and HDV 1440 x 1080i) from either Premiere Elements or Sony Vegas into the timeline if you need to ?