can i view the distortion computed by warp stabilization, or transfer it to another clip?

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Jun 05, 2022 Jun 05, 2022

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executive summary: i would like to view the parameters for the distortion that warp stabilization applies to a given frame, and then copy that single-frame distortion effect over to another frame (of another clip that hasn't been warp stabilized).  i'd also like to know if i can copy the whole stabilization effect as a sequence of distortion keyframes of some kind, but i don't have an explicit use case for that, i'm mostly just curious.

 

my specific use case is this: i film a lot of dance and also have to edit dance footage taken by other.  this footage involves a lot of dynamic camera movement and occasional shakiness or mistakes.  sometimes i want to apply warp stabilization to only a small segment of a clip, to fix a filming tic without warping unrelated motion elsewhere.

 

what i've been doing is cutting around the bit i want to stabilize using the perspective distortion mode, and then applying the corner pin effect to the un-warped clips to line them up with the warped clip at the cut point(s).  this is very tedious, and after doing it a few times, i'm hoping someone can enlighten me about a better way—in my mind, ideally, i could just "transfer" the perspective (or even subspace) warp for the first/last B frames to the A and C clips, and things will just line up.

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Jun 06, 2022 Jun 06, 2022

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Alas but would be a nice feature request:

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