Warp stabilizer and Speed changes to work on the same clip
It would be great to be able to change the speed of a clip and then, apply a warp stabilizer effect on that same clip without having to nest the clip to make both effects work together.
Also, being able to put a warp stabilizer effect on a clip even if that clip is not at the same resolution as the sequence settings.
We need this. Every editor I know who uses warp stabilizer NEEDS this.
Nigel Jones commented
Can we have some feature updates that users actually need for a chnage instead of some of the obscure stuff that new releases seem to contain
Leroy Schulz commented
Can we PLEASE get working already, Adobe? I'm spending so much time on workarounds.
Alfredo Soares de Barros commented
Hello, friends! Please, you have to solve this sad thing now or never. Davinci Resolve just did it last year. Why to wait for tomorrow when you can do it yesterday? Please, come on, guys! Just do it!
Yes please, this would be a great update
There are 3 problems with Warp stabilizer.
1. You have to nest clip if you want to apply use time-remap, time revers on it.
2. It is painfully slow.
3. Every time you use it project file size increase by 2mb. If you use it often, you will end up with over 100mb files that saves painfully slow.
Mercali plugin don't give you as good result as warp but it doesn't have any of the problem as I listed above.
I hope you fix it because right now I use warp only if I really have to.
LEADING EDGE commented
You can apply your speed changes then Nest the clip to add Warp Stabilizer as well. Unfortunately you wont be able to apply video transitions afterwards. Right click to Nest the footage
Yes, this is probably the most time-wasting and project-cluttering flaw with warp stabilizer. 95% of the clip I want to stabilize also require speed changes or resolution changes, and I'm CONSTANTLY having to nest clips just to use the stabilizer. PLEASE HURRY UP AND FIX THIS, ADOBE!
Rob Claisse commented
I completely agree but I think that Adobe needs to go further and completely rewrite the Warp Stabilizer plugin as it seems like it just can stand up to the requirements of a modern editing environment. How long has been part of PP? And it doesn't seem to get any updates even though the forums are littered with people complaining about issues with it.
The big plus point is that Warp Stabilizer is really good at stabilizing footage, it's not the fastest but the results are generally very good.
But there are so many other issues that Warp has:
* Any clips with Warp when rendered, will often have those render files lost if you save and close the project
* Warp analyse data is stored in the project - if you use the effect a lot your projects get REALLY BIG. My last project was 700MB (took 2-3 minutes to save), a similar project not using Warp was 1/10th of the size.
* But a clip in a nested sequence, apply the warp effect to that clip, then add with any basic motion effects (ie rotation) then take the nested sequence and put it into a new sequence. Applying most effects to that nested sequence completely screws up the underlying clips display
I now do a round trip to After Effects and do all my Warp stabilizing in there and Premiere is far more stable and responsive but it really slows down my workflow.