Mercalli plugin offline in Premiere Pro 22.5

Explorer ,
Jun 22, 2022 Jun 22, 2022

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I was working on a project in Premiere Pro 2022 v22.04, and I used the proDAD Mercalli Pro (v: 2.0.126.1) plugin and it was all good. After I updated the Premiere Pro to 22.05, the Premiere Pro found the Mercalli plugin offline and it is no longer on the list of plugins. i tried all the methods, even uninstalled the plugin completely, and even when reinstalled it no longer sees the Premiere Pro 2022 v22.5 Mercalli 2 plugin, what can I do? Of course I can go back to 22.04 temporarily, but I would like to ask Adobe experts to fix this problem.

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Jun 22, 2022 Jun 22, 2022

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This is a question for Mercalli developers. They have to make changes to the plugin and everything will be good. Write to Mercalli support. A similar situation was observed with Maxon (formerly Red Giant) products.

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Jun 23, 2022 Jun 23, 2022

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I reported the error to ProDAD and received a prompt reply from them, and you can read the contents of the letter:

I spoke with our engineering.

Mercalli V2 has not been developed further for several years. If it still works in the predecessor version of Premiere, then it was a coincidence, as we did not offer official support for it here either.

There will also be no more updates for Mercalli V2 in newer Premiere versions.

I think the solution to this little problem has been entrusted to Adobe engineers and we think they will fix this problem quickly.

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Jun 23, 2022 Jun 23, 2022

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Very doubtful. As far as I know, Adobe is not to blame for the performance of a third-party plugin that does not belong to the company. This responsibility lies with the developer company and they themselves confirm this. So, alas. If I were Adobe employees, I would start developing a new image stabilization plugin instead of Warp Stabilizer as soon as possible. It does not cope with its function in most situations.

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