Present an error message before output when a Warp Stabilizer watermark is on a clip
If you have altered a clip with the Warp Stabilier and your clip now has a Warp Stabilizer "Frame not analyzed" watermark warning, Premiere Pro should warn the editor this is there before and output. This would avoid this watermarked shot being rendered into an export before the editor could fix it.
In fact any undesirable thing like a watermark banner should be presented to the editor before an export. In the end I would rather have a shot export WITHOUT the Warp Stablizer at all than to have it export with a watermark.
Benjamin Fleming commented
Agreed, but you do have the option of turning off the warning banner altogether when applying the effect. Not a fix but does prevent exporting with the warning.
Rick van Modem commented
@Mat Thomas, you have to show me how this magic works for you.. Cause I've just rendered the same video for the 6th time, only to find ANOTHER clip that needs to re-analyze...
Mat Thomas commented
I'm pretty sure this is already present in Premiere Pro. When i go to export and a warp stabilizer has not been completed/started etc, a pop up appears with the relevant timecode of that particular clip.
micah haun commented
Same with Morph cut and anything else that has a processing phase.
Lia Lenart commented
David Franklin commented
Agree. An output without the effect would be preferable to an output with watermark that says the effect hasn't analyzed the frame. But really, just fix this so that there's no possibility of baking an error watermark into an export. Especially for longer shows this is an essential change.
Dina Guttmann commented
This would save HOURS!
Michael Wells commented
Very much needed!
Jason Thibodeaux commented
I don't comment much (I possibly could have zero comments) but this right here is important to note and fix please.