warp stabilizer - need to constantly re-analyze
I'm running into a bug where the warp stabilizer effect will analyze and stabilize normally when i apply it however as I make progress through my project the effect becomes un-analyzed without me knowing. Then when I try to export the project I get an alert that says there are unanalyzed warp stabilizer effects on the timeline therefore I have to take more time to re-analyze each clip.
Maybe the effect becomes unanalyzed when I cut it shorter? This wouldn't make too much sense as the previous versions of Premiere would allow me to 1, apply and analyze a clip with warp stabilizer then 2, cut that clip to a shorter length while 3, not needing to reanalyze said shorter clip which already had the warp stabilizer effect on it.
Unfortunately this seems like another instance of premiere boasting 'new' and 'improved' performance and features but we get a program that doesn't operate as smoothly as the previous iteration. Which then causes me as a video producer to take time out of being productive to request these issues be addressed. It's quite frustrating
My editing system is a iMac (27-inch, Late 2013) | 3.5 GHz Intel Core i7 | 32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 775M 2048 MB
This issue is super annoying and occurs every time when changing the length of an already stabilized clip or sometimes when updating Premiere to a newer version.
What helped me a lot is this article: https://vakago-tools.com/reanalyze-all/
It descibes how to use an extension to re-analyze all clips automatically.
Steve Taylor-Wilson commented
2022 and it is still happening. Really poor, but given Adobe's strangle-hold on the market, where's the motivation for them to ever address bugs that go back years?
Gregory Fontain commented
Almost 2022 , still dealing with this ****
Sylvain Laliberté commented
Same problem. The analysis gets lost at random after closing and reopening the same project.
Sasan Akbari commented
I am surprised that even on 2021 we still have this problem. I have to constantly click re-Analyze, I think it happens, when I still add other clips on my timeline when Warp is still analyzing my other clip. It is definitely a bug.
Ray Asselin commented
I'm experiencing this under 14.9.0 build 52 ... previously analyzed/stabilized clips later need analysis again, when no changes have been made to the clip after it was stabilized. Very frustrating.
Hyo Byun commented
If I start analysis and just click to a another adjustment layer, the analysis gets cancelled
Jordan Spalding commented
Also running into this! very annoying after waiting for 30min to finish stabilizing a longer clip only to find it resets after a few moments. After wasting the better part of a day playing whackamole with stabilized clips, here's my own work around. right after it finishes analyzing, export the clip as a prores 422 clip and import it into the project. Put it ontop of the clip and now you have one with baked in stabilizer! You can also do the render/replace feature, I just couldn't cause I was stabilizing multicam sequences...
dhananjay bharad commented
I just have the opposite issue. after applying stabilizer effects when I select that layer again, it starts analysing again automatically. I searched for this issue but couldn't found anywhere. Help if someone knows the solution!!
Melissa Androu commented
WORKAROUND FOUND! I too have been plagued by this problem. It's been hit or miss (mostly miss) where I click analyze, wait for it to process only to find that when it's done I have to click analyze again. What has been working 100% for me is if as soon as it begins to analyze, click cancel and then click analyze again. It's not a fix but it is a workaround that can save a lot of time waiting for it to completely analyze only to find out it needs to be re-applied. This way, I just drag warp onto my clip, click analyze, wait a sec, hit cancel and analyze and then I'm good to go. Hope this helps, but Adobe, please fix this!!
Durham Bell commented
Voting for this because I seem to be having a similar issue. In my case it happens when I save a project with analysis, then open it back up and the analysis is gone. Oddly enough the clip still stays stabilized, but I can't change any of the parameters (like the framing etc) because they are grayed out. It also seems that the issue is not limited to Premier and also affects After Effects as well.
Jamil Mawani commented
I've run into this problem a lot. Not only does it often un-analyze while working on the project, but lately, the filter will need to re-analyze right away after it's already analyzed. It'll go through the whole percentage of analysis, get to the end, then IMMEDIATELY has to re-analyze again before it'll actually stabilize. Very annoying bug that wastes time and is happening more and more lately.
There's also a bug where if you add the stabilizer to multiple clips at one time, sometimes it'll actually apply the analysis from a different clip onto another clip. Then I have to delete the filter from that clip and re-apply the filter again before it'll re-analyze properly... and even then, sometimes it'll still apply the wrong analysis, and I have to do it a third time before it works properly.
Needless to say, there's a lot of bugs with this filter. Please do a release that just focuses on bug squashing! Really don't need any more features before you get the ones we have working properly.
Joe Klaw commented
I too have "need to constantly re-analyze" warp stabilizer problem.
Amanda Koziar commented
I actually solved the issue. If you create a preset of the stabilizer settings you want, you can drag it onto the clip and it only has to analyze once. Also, if you let a clip start to stabilize for percentage or so then you can apply it to more than one clip at a time (system capacities obviously come into play here).
Amanda Koziar commented
We are having a similar problem. We apply the warp stabilizer to a clip and it runs through, but it doesn't apply it the first time it runs through. We have to click the analyze button again and it has to run through a second time before it applies to a clip. We are using 2 different Mac Pros and it's not working on either: 2.7 GHz 12-core processor and 64 GB of RAM, so it shouldn't be an issue. We used to be able to stabilize multiple clips at once, now we can't even stabilize 1 clip, we have to stabilize each clip twice. We also have a similar iMac to Eric that we are having the same issue on as well, so 3 computers altogether. We have a huge deadline for a client and this is really killing us. We tried nesting, but that didn't work either. Seems like the recent releases killed the stabilizer. We are updated to the most recent release to date, 13.1.4. HELP!!!