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Post Stabilization in Adobe Premiere?

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by globalcop, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. globalcop

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    Anyone willing to recommend a good plug-in? Or even a stand-alone tool for Windows?

    Nevermind; I went with Mercalli from proDAD.
     
  2. Adam

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    I've good things about Warp Stabilizer in Adobe Premiere...I have never used it.
     
  3. globalcop

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    Yeah, unfortunately I spent $500 on CS5 Production a year or so ago and can't justify another $400 upgrade for that one function in the new version. I ordered a plug-in instead. The Warp Stabilizer tutorial on Adobe's site looks great though.
     
  4. paulosaur

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    I use CS6 and find that warp is good for video with limited motion. If you'd like to post some raw video I'd be happy to run it through warp. I'd also be interested in seeing your prodad results. Good luck
     
  5. globalcop

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    proDAD has the option to export with a side-by-side comparison. I'll do that and update here. If you want to see the results though, the first three videos in this playlist where run though the Mercalli plug-in, as well as DeFishEye.
     
  6. globalcop

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    Here isa comparison of raw video and stabilized with proDAD Mercalli V2 plug-in in Adobe Premiere
     
  7. paulosaur

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    Globalcop - Here are a couple of comparison videos using your Downtown 360 video.
    This one uses a fast cuda app - Vreveal Premium 3
    http://youtu.be/J4JYoy1SBlE
    This uses the Premiere Pro CS6 Warp Stabilizer
    http://youtu.be/-wT4kOARGIY
    Warp Stabilizer Settings
    Smooth Motion
    1% smoothness
    Subspace Warp
    Stabilize, Crop, Autoscale
    Detailed Analysis ON
    Rolling Shutter Ripple – Enhanced Reduction