Warp Stabilizer: Never Good Enough: Why Cannot Be As Good as DaVinci Stabilizer or ProDad Mercalli
- Premiere Pro 2022.04
- have Intel Core i7-1165G7 (11th Gen) 16GB Ram, 475 Gb, SSD, Laptop with 2GB external graphic card
Premiere Pro Warp Stabilizer has been extremely slow ( does not even work at all in some clips longer than few seconds long) whereas DaVinci or stand-alone ProDad stabilizer (add-on Prodad no longer works fine in the recent versions of Premiere PRO - no thanks to Adobe) in my laptop
Some will say "why don't I get a more powerful processor/system"
I'd say "why doesn't Adobe get their act together and code it good enough to work properly, requiring less resources like DaVinci stabilizer or Prodad Stabilizer"
C'mon guys & girls:
please fix the stabilizer issue first before adding new features (they are mostly beta to be tested anyway)
Benjamin Winter commented
Which stabilizing effect are you all using in Resolve? It's terrible compared to Warp Stabilizer. In fact Warp stabilizer is one of the only reasons I still open my Adobe software to use it. It works great on clips of all lengths and isn't slow at all on my machine (2019 Mac pro)
Nicholas J Leach commented
When tweaking projects you may ad a dissolve . Warp stabilizer requires you to hit analyze to render new frames. This should start automatically so you don't get burned on export. Export should not put out projects with that warning bar across it.
seventy five commented
Dear Steven Pritchard,
What is the Best Way Premiere-DaVinci Roundtrip for Stabilizing ONLY
I have been searching the best way to do "the premiere-davinci resolve roundtrip specifically for stabilizing" and all I found refers to color grading related such as
above source dated 2019 and color graded related roundtrip and many things might have changed since then using the current ones (davinci 18 & premiere 22.5)
is there any stabilizer related specific guideline for a premiere-davinci roundtrip you follow?
should I renderout the clip in premiere, import the clip, stabilized & export the clip, then import the clip into premiere & replace the original which seems to be the safest rather than translated differently
b) export EDL or export final cut pro xml (which one) import edl or xml into davinci & stabilize & renderout (import timeline) import xml, or import timeline preconformed edl (which one?)
import into premiere
I also read in somehere else that exporting as xml (or edl) from premiere, some like zooming may not be translated into davinci correctly
Steven Pritchard commented
I agree. I never use the Warp Stabilizer, I go straight to DaVinci Resolve, it's far quicker and far better.