Warp stabilizer: How to choose what stitch lines it uses in prestitched 360° video ?

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Hello there,

 

I am trying to stabilize a shaky 360 video that has been recorded by someone with a selfie stick while walking around.

 

The warp stabilizer does an ok job, the problem is that the stabilisation edges are right where you'd want to look at as the viewer (See screenshots attached).

I tried panning the video with the VR Projection tool but the stabilizer still utilises the same stitching lines.

 

My question is: Is there a way to choose which stitching lines, or place in the video the warps stabilizer uses as edges? The guys face for example would be an ideal position as it is of no intrest for the viewer at all.

 

I don't know wheter this is a problem with the prestitched video or Adobe if i'm beeing honest. The video was taken with 6 different cameras so there should be more than one stitchline, but how or why that particular lines gets chosen to be the place for edge synthesize and stabilization beats me.

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I have no experience with 360 but nesting before adding warp?

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Warp stabilizer: How to choose what stitch lines it uses in prestitched 360° video ?

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Hello there,

 

I am trying to stabilize a shaky 360 video that has been recorded by someone with a selfie stick while walking around.

 

The warp stabilizer does an ok job, the problem is that the stabilisation edges are right where you'd want to look at as the viewer (See screenshots attached).

I tried panning the video with the VR Projection tool but the stabilizer still utilises the same stitching lines.

 

My question is: Is there a way to choose which stitching lines, or place in the video the warps stabilizer uses as edges? The guys face for example would be an ideal position as it is of no intrest for the viewer at all.

 

I don't know wheter this is a problem with the prestitched video or Adobe if i'm beeing honest. The video was taken with 6 different cameras so there should be more than one stitchline, but how or why that particular lines gets chosen to be the place for edge synthesize and stabilization beats me.

Kind regards

Adobe Community Professional
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I have no experience with 360 but nesting before adding warp?

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Thanks for the tip, i'll make a new post as i can't seem to edit this one.

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Just post the screenshots.

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I have no experience with 360 but nesting before adding warp?

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Sorry for the late response, applying the stabilizer took 12 hours.

This was indeed the solution.

Thanks!

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