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Stabilization and frames

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Jun 05, 2017

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I want to make my clips more stabilized, but I get the film in a frame. I want to keep the whole frame, but can't fine the right setting for it.

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Stabilization and frames

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Jun 05, 2017

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I want to make my clips more stabilized, but I get the film in a frame. I want to keep the whole frame, but can't fine the right setting for it.

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Moved from the Premiere Pro CC​ to Premiere Elements

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Stabilize can do wonders it cannot perform miracles.

In other words not every clip is suited to be stabilizer (too much shaking).

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I understand that, but after stabilization I get the picture in a frame. Is it possible to keep it in full size?

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Have a look at the Crop or auto-scale setting.

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When I check that I get the advice to choose for stabilization only to avoid too much cutting. So that's not the right solution for me.

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It means your footage is too shaky and not fit to stabilize.

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