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Premiere Pro 14 Bug: after Warp Stabilizer, Frame for that video shifts out of frame

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Premiere Pro 14 Bug: after Warp Stabilizer, Frame for that video shifts out of frame.

 

- If you position cursor over the clip, all looks fine

- During playback to verify motion, the video is shifted out of rame (in cses I see, goes up and to the left)

- If I render the timeline, all is as should be.

 

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Premiere Pro 14 Bug: after Warp Stabilizer, Frame for that video shifts out of frame

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Premiere Pro 14 Bug: after Warp Stabilizer, Frame for that video shifts out of frame.

 

- If you position cursor over the clip, all looks fine

- During playback to verify motion, the video is shifted out of rame (in cses I see, goes up and to the left)

- If I render the timeline, all is as should be.

 

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I am having a similar issue, but I am not using Warp. All I am doing is cropping 4K footage in a 1080 timeline. I'm on Windows 10, PP version 13.1.3, 32gb RAM, i9 processor. This is a rather intermittent problem. I don't know the camera style, as I didn't shoot the material.

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Mar 27, 2020

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There was another user with your same issue on Windows - i.e. not using Warp and image repositioning:

video-changes-position-without-keyframe 

There was no resolution that I know of.

Interesting you mention cropped 4K ... seem to recall that when I saw this issue (though applying warp) I was also working with cropped 4K?

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Upon getting back into the project, I DID indeed use warp stabilizer. I didn't recall doing so. I am prerendering the timeline and the clip still changes postion. The client was finally ready to upload to their page and noticed it, thus, I'm back in the project for the fix. I'm quiet with post projects now, so I think I'll upgrade to the latest PP version and open the project again in the new version to see what happens. I'll also look into the preferences link as well.

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I've had this exact issue with Warp Stabiliser on Mac, Premiere Pro v13.x versions too. Intermittent and resolved by rendering - so it's not just a v14 bug. At least it's a fairly benign problem. You could try resetting your preferences just in case:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/faq-how-to-reset-trash-preferences-in-premiere-pro/td-p/...  

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go to project settings - general - renderer, what options do you have?

if you do not have GPU acceleration you will need to update your

graphics card from the vendor's site.

if on a Mac, and you have GPU acceleration, better use Metal renderer

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I do have GPU acceleration. My system is 9 months old and is also updated with the latest updates, etc. That's a good thing to remember, though. Not something I normally think of.

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im replying to the original post, for you, try software only renderer

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THE FIX: Create a nested sequence with the clip, and then Warp Stasbilize THAT nested sequence. I was having the same issue with any clip that was larger respution than the timeline, and scaled down. 

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