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    Lannie Costa commented  · 

    The warp stabilizer effect got optimized quite recently. When enabling the new "fast analysis" checkbox the analysis will use several CPU cores.

    It still does not use the GPU or 100% of your CPU cores, though. What you can do is analyze two or more clips in parallel. This will utilize 100% of your CPU. If you want to automate this you can use the Batch Stabilization Analysis for Warp Stabilizer plugin:

    https://exchange.adobe.com/creativecloud.details.107996.batch-stabilization-analysis-for-warp-stabilizer.html

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    Lannie Costa commented  · 

    What you can do is analyze all clips before exporting using an extension called Batch Stabilization Analysis for Warp Stabilizer (https://exchange.adobe.com/creativecloud.details.107996.batch-stabilization-analysis-for-warp-stabilizer.html)

    There is a related tutorial here: https://vakago-tools.com/reanalyze-all/

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    Lannie Costa commented  · 

    There is an extension for Premiere Pro, that allows re-analysis of all clips before exporting. It's called Batch Stabilization Analysis for Warp Stabilizer.

    There is also a tutorial on this topic:
    https://vakago-tools.com/reanalyze-all/

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