Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Image stabilization, part of Learning Premiere Pro CS6.
Premiere Pro CS6 has an amazing image stabilization effect called the Warp Stabilizer. …And this effect was included with After Effects CS5.5, but now it's migrated over …to Premiere Pro. And I just want to show you how you set up …the effect. And how much of an impact it can have on …your media. I've got a perfect example right here. …Have a look at this shot. This is without the effect applied. …Pretty shaky, hand held, following somebody up over a bridge. …Okay. Now take a look at this shot with the …image stabilization effect applied. Absolutely beautiful.…
Just like steadicam. And believe it or not, all I did to get …this result well, I'll show you. Here's my effects list. …I'm just going to start typing Warp in here, in the Quick Search box, that's going to …show me the Warp Stabilizer. It's actually under the Distort effects. …And notice this has the go fast icon. This is a GPU-enabled effect. …I'm going to drag and drop this onto the original clip on my timeline. …And straight away this analysis begins. If you look at the Effect Controls panel, …
- Get editing quickly with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating a new project or sequence
- Importing media
- Editing essentials
- Making changes
- Working with transitions
- Editing and mixing audio
- Adding video special effects
- Creating dynamic titles
- Exporting frames, clips, and sequences
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1. Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS6
2. Premiere Pro Projects
3. Importing Media
4. Editing Essentials
5. Making Changes
6. Working with Transitions
7. Editing and Mixing Audio
8. Adding Video Special Effects
9. Creating Dynamic Titles
10. Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences
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