Warp Stabilizer VFX: Reversible Stabilization workflow After Effects CC


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Warp Stabilizer VFX: Reversible Stabilization workflow

With the Reversible Stabilizer function in Warp Stabilizer VFX, you can freeze moving elements in our scene. Making them much easier paint with effects like Paint or Clone Stamp tool or even Liquefy. Then you can unfreeze the scene when it's time to render, and everything you painted will move along with those elements. Let's look at the seam will be working with today, go ahead and grab your current time indicator and scrub through the timeline. So in this shot our camera is moving, and our soccer player kicks the ball. We want to add a paint effect over the top of this ball. And again, with the Work Stabilizer, we're not going to have to track the scene at all.

So select Layer 1 and go up under Animation. At the bottom of animation, go ahead and apply Warp Stabilizer VFX. Immediately it's going to start analyzing your clip in the background. This frees you up to do anything else you'd like to do in your After Effects project because it is taking place in the background. We want ...

Warp Stabilizer VFX: Reversible Stabilization workflow
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Warp Stabilizer VFX: Reversible Stabilization workflow provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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