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Trying to stabilize product on turntable.

Explorer ,
Oct 25, 2020

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I have placed a ball on a turntable but I can't physically get it to center properly for the entire rotation. I'm attempting to use PPRO Warp Stabilizer but dispit my efforts, it doesn't appear to be keeping the ball in one location, it's still moving back and forth. I've tried Position, and Subspace methods. 

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Trying to stabilize product on turntable.

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I have placed a ball on a turntable but I can't physically get it to center properly for the entire rotation. I'm attempting to use PPRO Warp Stabilizer but dispit my efforts, it doesn't appear to be keeping the ball in one location, it's still moving back and forth. I've tried Position, and Subspace methods. 

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Change "Result" from "Smooth Motion" to "No Motion" and see if it works for you

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Oct 25, 2020

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Didn't work, still floats around.

 

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Engaged ,
Oct 26, 2020

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Then try this: copy your clip into After effects,  open the Tracker panel there, choose "Stabilize Motion", select the ball and start tracking, when the tracker finishes press on the "Apply" button.

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Oct 26, 2020

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Will do.

 

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I didn't have much success with it in this particular case, but I did use it on a different clip where it was successful. In my initial case, I ended up placing guides on the window and manually keyframing the position every 29 frames, then every 15 frames until it looked smooth at every 8 frames. 

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