Keyframes in warp stabilizer, please!
I've posted this as a reply in another thread about the warp stabilizer, but wanted to make another thread about it just to make sure it's reaching your attention.
Please add keyframes to the smoothness setting in the stabilizer. There are often times when I have to stabilize one part of a shot, but another part of the shot doesn't stabilize well, so I only want the stabilization to be applied to part of the shot. Currently, the only way to do that is to split the clip into separate clips, add the stabilizer to the one I need it for, then do a complicated process of trying to match the other clip up to the stablized one at the splice point, so it doesn't jump. That's a very annoying process to have to go through in order to do this. It would obviously be MUCH easier if I could just keyframe the smoothness setting.
And as I've said in the other threads, please hurry up with this. Don't wait until the next release in a year. Make it an update to 2019 ASAP, please!
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
Yes, 101%!!!! I've encountered stabilizing issues many times where a keyframable smoothness setting would have solved the problem! Great FR Andrew!
I'm going to post this in my Premiere Pro Feature Requests FB group. You can check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1638270639681590
Dr Clement Shimizu commented
Keyframe controls on warp stabilizer would make it way more useful for fixing issues where the stabilization is tracking the wrong part of the frame or needs to be temporarily disabled or lowered.
Pete Scalzitti commented
Very much agreed! It's a daily problem for me- I'm stabilizing manual zooms, but generally the rest of the shot is fine, but without keyframing it tries to stabilize the rest of the shot, often rotating when not needed
Agreed. A very much needed feature!
Agree with this. I'm working on a feature in a month with very long takes. I'm trying to figure out how to utilize Adobe for stabilization to keep things easy but just not sure I am able to keyframe my stabilization on and off.