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Sep 13, 2015

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I've got about 22 x 4k R3D files that add up to about 14 minutes of footage. I have sent them over to AE in order to use warp stabilize vfx. Footage is a hand writing on glass and sometimes the glass is slightly bumped. I placed a + on the top right corner of the glass, hoping this would help the process.
I have been waiting for hours and I am still getting "Analyzing in Background (Step 1 of 2)". Is there any sort of progress bar? Is there any indication of when this will be finished? Is it still working?

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Analyzing in Background Forever...

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I've got about 22 x 4k R3D files that add up to about 14 minutes of footage. I have sent them over to AE in order to use warp stabilize vfx. Footage is a hand writing on glass and sometimes the glass is slightly bumped. I placed a + on the top right corner of the glass, hoping this would help the process.
I have been waiting for hours and I am still getting "Analyzing in Background (Step 1 of 2)". Is there any sort of progress bar? Is there any indication of when this will be finished? Is it still working?

Thanks.

AE CC 2015.

12 Core 2.66 Mac Pro

32GB RAM

ATI HD 5770

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Sep 14, 2015

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Is "R3D" a "Red" file?  I remember reading on this forum a while ago that there was a bug regarding working with RED files.

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Sep 14, 2015

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What exact version of AE are you using? It should start with 13.5.1

The info panel should give you an indication of what frame it's on.

Is there a reason you're not using the Warp Stabilizer in Premiere Pro?

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Hello guys if you go in the effect controls of the certain video you are proccessing (I used wrap stabilizer with nest) it is showing how many frames it has rendered and simioutaniously the time that it will take to finish the proccess.
I hope I helped somehow. See below the pictures to understand better what I said.


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It has been three years but I have to say, you are a hero!

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