Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Warp Stabilizer in Premiere Pro, part of Premiere Pro and After Effects: Enhancing Production Value.
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…Another common problem is with hand-held shots that…aren't particularly stable or smooth in their camera movements.…In this particular shot, you can see where the…very end of the camera move is rather abrupt.…The camera sort of hits a stop.…You can also see there's bouncing up and…down, rather than being a completely smooth horizontal pan.…A lot of these problems can be cured by things…such as better tripods, stabilizer rigs you can wear while moving.…
Or just a lot more experience, but it's sometimes hard to go back and wish after…the fact that you're given what you're given and you have to make it look good.…Well a good tool for shots like this is the Warp Stabilizer.…Which again, is part of both After Effects and Premier Pro.…I'll set my clip, go into Effects, search for warp or stabilizer.…And apply that onto my clip.…Premier Pro will automatically analyze every…frame of this footage looking for common…pixels, or objects or identifiable marks that it can follow from frame to frame.…
It will then use that to reverse engineer the camera movement in the shot, and…
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- Compositing footage shot on black
- Tinting and color-balancing footage to change its mood and unify multiple clips
- Adding a filmic glow
- Introducing artificial lighting to add mystery and interest to a scene
- Relighting existing footage
- Using the Warp Stabilizer and Rolling Shutter Repair to smooth out wobbly shots