Warp Stabilizer jumps if tall objects enter the frame

Community Beginner ,
Oct 31, 2021 Oct 31, 2021

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Hey guys, 

 

I already tried to find solutions in the community area but there was nothing suitable or the solutions were "bugs" or very old. 

 

Well the problem I have with the warp stabilizer is, that if I have a clip which contains a decent amount of camera movement from left to right or vice versa (ex. a car passes by quickly or a plane etc.) and a tall object in the foreground like a light post enters the frame, the stabilizer jumps and creates weird jump/cuts even though the raw footage is already quite smooth. I tried many different options on this. I tried to reduce the stabilization to 10% then nest the clip, and put another stabilizer on the nested clip. I tried many different settings for the methods or the other parameters but the result sucks in most cases... 

 

A year ago the stabilizer didn't have any problems with this. 

 

Maybe someone of you has got a solution or at least an explanation.

 

Thanks and kind regards

Florian 

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 31, 2021 Oct 31, 2021
Warp Stabilizer is designed to stabilize hand held camera footage. It's not designed for footage with a descend amout of movement. You can try: Mask on subject in clip Nest Add WS When finished deleted mask (or turn off opacity) in the nest.

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Oct 31, 2021 Oct 31, 2021

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Hello.
I don't understand the purpose of this effect (Warp Stab) at all. It does not improve, but only worsens. You need to write to developers so that they release a new effect that works according to other algorithms. Unfortunately for me, when working with this effect, the picture on the image floats and falls apart like jelly. Terribly

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Are you using "Position" as the method? 

When I first began and didn't know how this effect works I had the same problem. I then switched the method and it worked very good, apart from the main problem I was adressing at the beginning.

 

Kind regards!

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Warp Stabilizer is designed to stabilize hand held camera footage.

It's not designed for footage with a descend amout of movement.

 

You can try:

Mask on subject in clip

Nest

Add WS

When finished deleted mask (or turn off opacity) in the nest.

 

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An interesting solution Ann.

We need to take a note. I will test it as soon as possible.

But, in general, I am not happy with the work of this plugin.
Thanks

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Ann I tried your approach and it worked! 

 

Thank you so much! for real it's sometimes so simple if you know the solution. 

 

Awesome 🙂 

 

 

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