Need an "Analyze all" button for all Warp Stabilizer and Morph Cut effects in a Sequence
I very often modify clips later that have had Warp Stabilizer applied to them (especially when adding transitions to a sequence last). I then have to go back through very long sequences, perform an effects search, and manually click Analyze. It would be great if there was an "analyze all" button to analyze all effects in a sequence including Morph Cut. Thank you!
Hi Clips Cq,
> "At least someone should create an extension script that can do this."
An extension that adds a "Analyze All" feature to analyze Warp Stabilizer footage in sequence already exists:
Thibault BLANCHARD commented
Hello Adobe....! Upvote for this functionality!
Clips Cq commented
Its 2022 and we still do not have this "Analyze All" feature??? At least someone should create an extension script that can do this... Im sure someone can do this since Adobe wont.
Bartosz Richter commented
Hello Adobe ! :) It is 2022 and your community is still waiting for the button "Analyze all clips with Warp Stabilizer effect" :) Best regards in new year :)
Blake Westman commented
This feature would be beneficial for me.
Aaron Laszlo Boncz commented
I've got a 30 minute long video with you can imagine how many clips. So thanks dear Adobe, it'll take me hours just to copy, paste and click stabilize each clip. WE NEED THIS FEATURE, PLEASE!
Капитан Оригинальность commented
MICHAEL TITERA, thanks! it worked for me, but I'll wait fix.
Steve Taylor-Wilson commented
Surprise, surprise - another year on and this is still an issue.
James Alton commented
Does anyone even work on Premiere anymore? After coming back from Davinci Resolve for one project, I wonder why there are so many GPU / Blackmagic / Interface issues and crashes. Nothing seems to get fixed or implemented except support for new cameras once in a while and even then...
Matthew Demarko commented
@Michael Titera Just tried just, unfortunately it doesn't work for Nested clips, which A LOT of my stabilized clips ARE nested because of time warps, etc
MICHAEL TITERA commented
Miguel Lopez has a great workaround! I successfully did it in Premiere 2020. Thank you, Miguel!:
If you select the clips that already have the Warp Stabilizer effect on it, delete them, and then press Ctrl+Z (to undo), Premiere will automatically analyze them all in the background!
Christopher Spellmeyer commented
Yes, this would be so simple to implement and save so much time. Let's go, Adobe
Kenneth Montgomery commented
At the very least, a visual indicator so you can tell which clips have these "special need/extra step" effects on them.
Dom Curulli commented
This is a huge issue and would be easily fixed with an 'Analyze All' button as the OP described, Adobe please look into this!
It is causing projects to take much longer than needed to edit.
how is this not a thing
Miguel Lopez commented
Hey!, i know what you're asking, there´s no "Analyze all" button, but if you select the clips that already have the Warp Stabilizer effect on it and delete them and then press Cntrl+Z, premiere will automatically analyze them, at least in premiere pro cc 2019
Hope it works for you ;)
I agree. Spending an hour checking through every clip in a sequence to click "Analyze" is very time-consuming.
Perhaps a very simple way to have this done would be for Premiere/Media Encoder to render/analyze any clips before exporting.
Pat Lee commented
Morph Cut is essentially useless. It remains on "Analyzing background" indefiitely and I can't even force render the effect.
You can search for effects in a sequence? how?