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Warp Stabilizer not analyzing

Nov 12, 2020

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I've slowed down a 60fps clip by 50% in premiere in a 30fps timeline. I nested the clip to warp stablize it. Everytime I add warp stablize to it, it won't analyze. It stays on 1% anaylze. Then, if I try to click anywhere--to delete warp, do whatever, it beachballs me and crashes the program. Premiere is fully updated. Any thoughts?

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Warp Stabilizer not analyzing

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I've slowed down a 60fps clip by 50% in premiere in a 30fps timeline. I nested the clip to warp stablize it. Everytime I add warp stablize to it, it won't analyze. It stays on 1% anaylze. Then, if I try to click anywhere--to delete warp, do whatever, it beachballs me and crashes the program. Premiere is fully updated. Any thoughts?

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Time ramps are actually a decently heavy effect. Then you put Warp on it, the heaviest effect out there. I'm wondering also what your media is ... if by chance it's long-GOP mp4/mov media as made by most phones, drones, DSRLs and screen-grabs, then that's another massive subsytem hit.

 

So ... this is crucial. What is the media, what made it? Is it long-GOP or intraframe like say ProRes, Cineform, or DNxHD? Is it VFR, variable frame rate, as most phone and screen-recorded footage is? that would be another issue.

 

And ... often when applying mulitple heavy effects, it's best to apply the first one, then 'nest' the clip, then apply the second effect. Have you tried that?

 

Neil

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