I'm working on a project right now in Premiere Pro CS6 and for some reason the "click analyze to begin" blue bar for warp stabilizer will not go away, even after it has been analyzed. I tried exporting it thinking that it would go away, but nope, it seems to be baked into the image. I need to get this project turned in to a client as soon as possible. Is there any way to fix this without have to replace/re-link some of the footage?
Have you tried removing and reapplying the effect?
Yes I've tried that.
Have you tried nesting that clip, and applying the effect to the nest instead?
any one figure this out? im having same problem. even when nested.
I've come across this a few times. The way I work around it is to ensure that there are no layers of video above the clip you're stabilising. So if you have your interview (for example) that needs to be stabilised and you have some B-Roll above that video on V2, just cut the interview clip and trash the parts under the B-Roll, you don't need it there anyway.
Thanks for that. I was having the same issue just now and your suggestion worked for me. I just copied the affected clip to some empty bit of the timeline, ran the analyzer, and copied it back into place.
What a strange work-around, but it works.
My problem wasn't that the message stayed in place, but rather that the analyze process just din't start at all. Also after clicking the "analyze" button.
Dragging the clip on top resolved the problem!
There clearly is something wrong there, if we need these kinds of workarounds.
I've had the same issue but with a twist. I'm sometimes not able to warp analyze clips that have nothing above or below them - so the above workaround doesn't apply. However the clips where I've seen this do have cross dissolve transitions. What worked for me was to delete the cross dissolves, re-apply cross dissolve, then click analyze and warp stab is back in business. Irritating but it works.
Worked for me! Thanks!
Thanks, this solved this issue for me, just now.
Removing overlaying video from V2 solved it for me. The Analyze button wouldn't work with the 2 frames of video overlapping the head of my clip. Once I trimmed that overlap off, everything started working again.
That solved it for me, thanks!
In 2020 still works. really appreciate it.
Was having the same problem and this worked for me
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This work around is not working for me.
I found another work around. If tips from above do not work just move the clip you want to stabilize to a different location in the timeline (could be right next to it) and then click analyze
Try toggling visibility for all tracks above the one that won't analyze, then re-enable them when it's done. Worked for me, and didn't have to shuffle around or nest any clips.
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Go to "Effect Controls" and you'll find the "Analyze" button.
You open Effects Controls and then you right click and remove your effects.
The <Analyze> button is in the "Effects Controls" screen.
Wow, is the "Click Analyze to begin" message upside down? Is it me or is Adobe not focusing enough on their core products? Premiere is LOADED with issues. I'm just back to Premiere after working for the last few years in FCP and I'm not impressed.
The clip has been rotated 180 degrees. Look in the motion properties. Not premiere.
Thank You !!
It did that because I rotated the video 180 degree (was shot with the camera inverted).