Warp Stabilization wouldn't work in Exported movie.

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May 06, 2021 May 06, 2021

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I have adobe premiere pro 2020. I am new to this. I used Warp Stabilizer (WS) within the project, it seems show working within the work flow, but once I exported, it is not there.

 

What steps can I be missing?

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May 06, 2021 May 06, 2021

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First, I expect after applying the effect you had it 'analyze' which can take .. a while.

 

Once you've applied Warp, before applying any other effect, you should at least nest the clip. Right-click, "nest", as this sets a proper processing order in the app.

 

Realistically I recommend doing a render & replace of the clip on the sequence after applying Warp. Select a good quality intraframe codec like Cineform, ProRes, or DNxHD/R. And that way the effect is "baked in" to that replaced clip, and takes no more work on the part of the app.

 

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May 07, 2021 May 07, 2021

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Neil:

 

Thank you for replying. I follow what you have written and have read up on "nest" concept. 

 

In my case, I first applied the warp (no second effect is used on the same clip, I am still learning), it shows up on the work flow (and I thought I was doing good). Then I separate the clip into two halves. Everything worked fine and only to realize that the effect did not take place after "export".

 

Sounds like, I will need to do all the effects (including Nest), then at is very end, cut it and place into its sequence, then export?  Do I need to install those intraframe codecs (this is new to me)? 

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Neil:

 

 

Then I separate the clip into two halves. Everything worked fine and only to realize that the effect did not take place after "export".


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You need to let it analyze each clip again after cutting.

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Cool. The "NEST" command did the job, it has been exported with Warp Stab effect. 

 

I did let it analyze a few times after cutting, but it just didn't do the job; until the "nest" was applied. Thank you everyone for the help. 

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