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Post Production for Stabilization AND Reversing

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by happydogs, May 14, 2014.

  1. happydogs

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    Ok, first thing, I'm new. But I do read and am quick to try things out.
    When I shoot with GoPro, and wide, I get fisheye...no biggie, right, because GoPro studio can eliminate fisheye.
    And, Studio allows you to reverse clips. So I run through the import, convert, and edit. The output is a mov file.
    Next, I take this to Adobe Premiere Pro and do warp stabilization.
    Export again.
    But, it's like the movie, Multiplicity, the copy of the copy is not as good.
    So, I'm thinking just take the GoPro MP4 file and go straight to Adobe Premiere.
    But then I can't stabilize AND reverse the same clip.
    Darn.
    And, I'll still have to get rid of fisheye. (I'm looking at defisher.)
    Is there a good way to get a good quality final output that has clip reverses, fish eye removal, and warp stabilization in one pass?

    Does this request for info make sense?

    As before, thank you.
     
  2. 4wd

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    In Adobe Premiere, you can add multiple effects to one clip without necessary rendering each time.
    The warp stabilizer is horrendously slow though.
    If you have premiere I don't see any need to use the gopro software.
    The fish eye is a simple one to do with it.