Amanda Koziar

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    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).

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    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!!!

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