Since upgrading to the 2020 Version of PP I'm regularly getting black frames at the ends of clips which didn't happen before.
Happens on multiple machines, on my windows and mac systems. So far mostly happens to canon 700d footage.
I can cut off the last frame and everything works again, but thats just very time consuming to get back to every clip after it is stabilized to check for the ending and if left in the render will fail.
I would also like a response with more details on this. The update a few days ago has made this happen to most clips I apply Warp Stabilizer to.
Different username but its still me, the author.
So I'm not 100% certain, but it was basically extending the clip by one frame and shortening it, to get the stabilizer to re analyze the scene. Maybe it could have just worked by removing the stabilizer and aplying it again witht the same settings, but I'm really not shure. Was nothing majorly complicated. Maybe just cutting off the broken frame and go from there..
Thanks @Moritz5FE2 , that's exactly what we ended up doing. I did spend some time trying changing all of the options in Warp Stabilizer but wasn't able to get rid of the black frame. So just extended it, then trimmed it, and successfully rendered.
Not ideal, but better than not being able to render or use the effect at all. I hope they look into this.
This just started happening to me as well. I can manually fix it by just re-dragging the clip over to the timeline but this is a pain in the a$$.
I had the same issue and i think it is due to the sequence setting of one clip when merged with another seq. which had a different fps.
Nest the clip and stabilize it again, it works for me...
Premiere Pro is always updating and chances are you will start a project in one version and finishing in another. You might come back at a project later to make another version of the edit. So it sucks that this brakes.
The SOLUTION for me was rendering the sequence (as I could not render and replace the clip) and replacing the content of the problematic sequence with the rendered version of it.