Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Rolling shutter reduction, part of After Effects Guru: Tracking and Stabilizing Footage.
…As you work with materials shot on a CMOS sensor,…essentially a sensor that progressively scans the material and…widely used in digital cinema cameras and DSLRs, you might notice rolling shutter.…This is because with a fast-moving object or camera pan, the object could be at…very different places at the beginning of the frame versus the end of the frame.…Most of these sensors load from top to bottom.…And if you're quickly panning the camera, things appear to bend.…Let's take a look at this clip here.…We'll start with just the warp stabilizer, and I'll turn it off to begin with.…
In this case, what's happening is this strong pillar in…the background appears to bend and wobble a bit.…That's because the camera was doing a quick side to side movement and…it results in what many people refer to as sensor jello.…By using the Warp Stabilizer VFX,…you'll notice within the shot you have the ability to reduce rolling shutter ripple.…And you could use the Automatic Reduction or an Enhanced Reduction,…which'll push it that much further.…
- Analyzing footage
- Using the 3D camera tracker to stabilize footage
- Choosing and moving a target
- Adding 3D text to a scene
- Tracking an object
- Applying the Warp Stabilizer VFX
- Choosing a stabilization method
- Reducing rolling shutter distortion
- Matching movement
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Using the 3D Camera Tracker
2. Working with Targets
3. Camera Tracker in Action
4. Working with Warp Stabilizer VFX
5. Refining the Warp Stabilizer VFX
6. Using Advanced Options
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