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Both plug-ins analyze the footage externally. Therefore, you'll have to either apply one plug-in and then either render the shot and apply the other or pre-compose moving all attributes to the new comp and apply the second. Depending on the shot, you may want to apply rolling shutter first, pre-comp and stabilize, or if the shot has more movement than rolling shutter problems, stabilize first then apply rolling shutter.
The Warp Stabilizer has rolling shutter compensation that is pretty good. Are you using it?
Hope this helps. It's not a bug, it's a workflow.
Thanks for your helpful an quick answer !
Yes , i already tried the warp stabilizer but my footage are from DSLR with a 500mm lense so There is MANY rolling Shutter , i'm actually looking a for a solution to correct thoose footage by using both effects.
Thanks again !
If AE refuses to use your pre-comp, consider pre-rendering it to a new clip.
apply rolling shutter. Render to an intermediate production codec. Apply warp stabilizer to the rendered clip.