Issues using render and replace with warp stabilizer?

New Here ,
Jul 15, 2020 Jul 15, 2020

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Hello!

I'm having issues with the functionality of using render and replace while also using the warp stabilizer effect, or trying to use render and replace on nested sequences.

I was really excited when I found this issue because I am wanting to render out all my effects with high-OG quality replacements so I can export the entire sequence as a .xml in order to bring it into another software.

Currently, when I bring the .xml file into different software, all the clips that are stabilized do not come through since the .xml doesn't know what to do with them.

I thought I have found an easy way to fix this compatibility issue, however, when I render and replace the clip it doesn't render the effect, instead, it gives me the "New Frames need stabilizing" banner - which is of course hard rendered into the new clip.

I think it is possible to turn the banner off in the advanced settings, but usually, as I understand it this would mean that the effect hasn't actually been applied to the footage?

Does anyone have a workaround for this that isn't individually exporting each clip and manually replacing it?

Most of my nested clips have multiple effects overlayed but .xml files also cannot cope with these.

I really like the idea of being able to render the effects out while still easily maintaining the ability to replace with the unrendered version at any point.

Please let me know if there is a better way to do this - or if you have suggestions.

Thanks very much

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Community Beginner , Dec 29, 2020 Dec 29, 2020
Actually the footage is not stabilized after Render and Replace. Only solution I found is to export that clip and re-import into Premiere. No matter what you do, you cannot have it stabilized; in the nest, the nest itself or replacing with After Effects composition. It needs to be fixed by Adobe.

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New Here ,
Nov 25, 2020 Nov 25, 2020

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Hi!
I ran across this issue today, read your post and started experimenting. Cut to the solution: yeah, all you have to do is check the Hide Warning Banner checkbox at the bottom of the Advanced drop-down menu in Warp Stabilizer settings and deselect Include Handles option in Render and Replace settings. The replacement clip is actually stable.

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Dec 29, 2020 Dec 29, 2020

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Actually the footage is not stabilized after Render and Replace. Only solution I found is to export that clip and re-import into Premiere. No matter what you do, you cannot have it stabilized; in the nest, the nest itself or replacing with After Effects composition. It needs to be fixed by Adobe.

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@benevolensky  This method is the correct answer. I tried it and it worked flawlessly. Saved me a bit of time. Nice workaround.

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