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Can a Pr script automatically process gopro clips?

New Here ,
Aug 01, 2020

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Hi all,

 

I'd like to set up some sort of script to automatically remove fisheye, warp stabilize, and perhaps color correct clips I take with my gopro.  I'd like to avoid manually doing this, as it's pretty onerous if there are a good number of clips.  Any thoughts on how to set this up?

 

Thanks in advance...

 

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Unfortunately, the public API doens't contain any calls for applying an effect, which is what you'd need to do for removing lens distortion and warp stabilization.

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Can a Pr script automatically process gopro clips?

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Hi all,

 

I'd like to set up some sort of script to automatically remove fisheye, warp stabilize, and perhaps color correct clips I take with my gopro.  I'd like to avoid manually doing this, as it's pretty onerous if there are a good number of clips.  Any thoughts on how to set this up?

 

Thanks in advance...

 

[Moderator note: title edited for clarity and help with finding assistance.]

Unfortunately, the public API doens't contain any calls for applying an effect, which is what you'd need to do for removing lens distortion and warp stabilization.

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You can add an effect to one clip and copy/paste attributes to many other clips in one go.

As for Warp Stabilizer you can add the effect to multiple clips in the timeline in one go.

But you still have to adjust them one by one as no clip is the same.

But that may also apply to color correction.

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Thanks Ann.  I was thinking more along the lines of, for example, a Photoshop script.  You record a macro, and then point photoshop at say a folder full of images, and it applies the same steps to each image.  Yes, Warp Stabilizer will be different for each clip, but if scripting of some sort is possible, then this should be possible.  One can, for example, run "auto tone" on an image in a photoshop macro/script, even though the exact result of that process is different for each image.  But... premiere pro may just not have scripting like this in it's list of capabilities...

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There is scripting available for Premiere Pro, and the full scripting SDK is public and available for use. Very few of us "here" have any experience in scripting however.

 

One of the engineers that works with scripting does occasionally pop in when it comes up here, hope they do this time ...


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Thanks Neil - here's hoping an engineer comes along!

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Unfortunately, the public API doens't contain any calls for applying an effect, which is what you'd need to do for removing lens distortion and warp stabilization.

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ok, thanks, bummer!  any plans to implement this in future versions, or might you suggest other adobe products that could accomplish what i'm after?  thanks...

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