Have Premiere Pro warn you if you are starting an export when a clip has the warp stabilizer "warning" across it.
I've found clips with warp stabilizer on them can flip to "needs to be analyzed" for no reason, and that warning getting baked into your exported footage is absurd.
This is implemented with the 13.1 release available this week.
Thanks for your feedback, keep it coming!
Danielle Hobert commented
Glad it got implemented in 13.1 ...
now it needs to stop throwing the warning banner up saying there's analysis not yet completed when it's all completed. It's throwing false warnings up every single time we export a timeline with multiple clips stabilized and after checking all the instances, there's no issue. Please fix!!
Brandon Loshe commented
Awesome! Thank you!
Chris Schodt commented
Amazing! Thank for you adding this.
Igor Wojtkowiak commented
Matt Johnson commented
So glad this has been added! Thanks Patrick!
Philip Owens commented
Also happens with Morph Cuts
If you can, apply this to media pending as well! Seen to many things to to network with media pending baked in.
SiraFilm P. commented
Totally agree with you. At least, not baked the warning to the video
Default turn off warning during render?
At least I'll still have half-way usable output. Just pop up a prompt dialog.
OR... maybe just have warp stabilizer automatically analyze if it needs to... instead of just un-analyzing and then doing nothing. I mean, there's no point to the stabilizer filter being on a clip if it's not analyzed, right? There's never a time when you would want a stabilized clip to remain un-analyzed. So if any of the clips need to be analyzed... just have it always automatically happen.
Not to mention getting rid of the bugs that cause the filter to randomly unanalyze all the bloody time... but maybe that's asking too much.
Trevor Gauthier commented
Nothing is worst than sending a "final cut" version of a video to a client to have them come back and say"...umm theres this blue banner". I swear I watch it in premiere before exporting but depending on deadlines you don't always have a chance to watch the exported version before sending it off. And sometimes I swear premiere has little gremlins that mess with my timeline after I pass by a spot.
Premiere User commented
If you could add this function to morph cut also...
What I don't understand is why a huge warning banner is rendered directly onto the footage in the first place.
It makes more sense for situations like missing or pending media... but not for this.
I really think it should be an option inside the warp stabilizer effect that is OFF by default. (And I suspect that very few people would choose to enable it.)
Here's an idea... in the cases of failed or pending effects like warp stabilizer and morph cut, the timeline render bar ( https://theblog.adobe.com/red-yellow-and-green-render-bars/ ) could be a unique color, like magenta.
Combine that with a message box that warns the user, if any of these magenta segments are inside their chosen in/out points as they attempt to render... and I think we have a pretty airtight solution.
Allan Houston commented
Even if it happens due to user error, such as you extend an edit a few frames, it would be great if Premiere then reminded you on export to like it does for offline material.