Warp Stabilizer Bug 2020
I applied the Warp Stabilizer effect to 4k footage that has been resized to fit a 1080p timeline. When I go to scrub back or play through the footage, the frame is pushed down to the bottom right corner of the preview window. It isn't just the one clip I've shown either. Ive had this issue with multiple different clips in the same timeline.
(See Pic 1 [No Warp Stabilizer] vs Pic 2 [Warp Stabilizer Applied]).
Why is this issue happening? Any help greatly appreciated.
I'm working with XAVS 4K Sony a7iii footage. 24p 100 MBPS.
Macbook Pro 2019
16gb 2400 MHz DDR4 RAM
2.6 GHz 6-Core Intel Core i7
Radeon Pro 555X 4 GB and Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB
Andy Engelkemier commented
Yeah, I have this issue as well and it looks to have been here for 2 years!?!? This is a bug. It's a bug that has been around for 2 years. Great Job Adobe!
The current Workaround is to nest the clip, but that's just a workaround. The BUG needs to be fixed.
The scaling workaround also works, but it also doesn't work for me at an even 50% I've got 8K RED footage in a 4K timeline. This happens when the scale is at 50%, so it's not just that you have to change it. But it looks to be fine if I change it to anything else. I tried 51, 50.1, and 54%. My wonder is if the footage fits your sequence vertically, if you have to change it slightly for that workaround to work.
Mick Specific commented
NEST the clip, then stabilize the nested sequence! sucks to have to do that ADOBE, but it works and keeps me sane on the harder days.
Kristyn Antone commented
this isn't a fix, but a workaround for this. Add ".1" to the scale of the clip and it will play correctly. So if the footage is scaled to 100%, put "100.1" and it will play correctly.
Stuart Reid commented
Same here except my clips window into the top left hand corner, it's fine if I render it in the timeline.
Juhn Kim commented
I have the same issue...