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Adobe Premiere Pro Issue with Green Screen

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I am trying to edit video that i shoot with green screen and i remove the green screen with ultra keying option after that i changed background of my choice but after changing the background when i play the video.Video started shaking and video is not stable.Any one here who can guide me how to fix this issue and stable my video.

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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

You can try stabilizing your camera with the 'warp stabilizer' plugin built into Premiere Pro. You'll find it in the 'effects panel'. 

Once you've applied it to a clip select 'no motion' in the 'Effects Controls' menu under the pulldown 'Result' setting in the Warp Stabilizer plugin controls.

The downsides of doing this is that your image will be slightly cropped (zoomed in) and it take a long time to render. The result won't be perfect but can improve some of your shots. Some of your shots where the camera moves a lot probably won't get very good results. Good luck.

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Adobe Premiere Pro Issue with Green Screen

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Hello 

I am trying to edit video that i shoot with green screen and i remove the green screen with ultra keying option after that i changed background of my choice but after changing the background when i play the video.Video started shaking and video is not stable.Any one here who can guide me how to fix this issue and stable my video.

I am sharing video link of youtube please See

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajdQia-Koj0

Thanks for watching, don't forget to like and subscribe ❤️ Hello Friends Today we are going to start second Challenge between Abdullah and Uzair.This is 2nd ...
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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

You can try stabilizing your camera with the 'warp stabilizer' plugin built into Premiere Pro. You'll find it in the 'effects panel'. 

Once you've applied it to a clip select 'no motion' in the 'Effects Controls' menu under the pulldown 'Result' setting in the Warp Stabilizer plugin controls.

The downsides of doing this is that your image will be slightly cropped (zoomed in) and it take a long time to render. The result won't be perfect but can improve some of your shots. Some of your shots where the camera moves a lot probably won't get very good results. Good luck.

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You can try stabilizing your camera with the 'warp stabilizer' plugin built into Premiere Pro. You'll find it in the 'effects panel'. 

Once you've applied it to a clip select 'no motion' in the 'Effects Controls' menu under the pulldown 'Result' setting in the Warp Stabilizer plugin controls.

The downsides of doing this is that your image will be slightly cropped (zoomed in) and it take a long time to render. The result won't be perfect but can improve some of your shots. Some of your shots where the camera moves a lot probably won't get very good results. Good luck.

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