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Reversing AND Stablizing a clip in Adobe Premiere Pro

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

  1. happydogs

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    So, I'm getting a message that I can't do Speed (this is where the clip reverse tool is) AND Warp Stabilizer (where you steady the clip) on the same clip?

    Can this be right?

    If you can't do at the same time, can you do it sequentially?

    thank you
     
  2. jadebox

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    Two options:

    1) Create a Sequence from the clip (it's an option when you right-click it in the meida browser). Apply the warp stabilizer to the clip in the new sequence. Close the sequence and include it, just like you would a clip, in the original sequence. You should be able to change the speed and apply other effects to it.

    2) Apply the warp stabilizer to the clip then export the media. Import the newly-created media and use it instead of the original clip.

    -- Roger
     
  3. Jebus

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    Just pre-compose it and then apply the Warp Stabilizer.
     
  4. happydogs

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    roger that. i also ran thru gopro studio and reversed. then put in adobe premiere pro and ran warp stabilizer. worked great. more than one way to skin a cat.

    THANK YOU!!!