Ripple effect after stabilization

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  1. Nick Adams

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    Anyone have any tips or tricks to get rid of this rippling/warping in the attached video clip? I have all ready run it through Warp Stabilization in PS6.
     
  2. Nick Adams

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    I meant Premier 6:)
     
  3. Gary Haynes

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    Nick what was your percentage setting in Premiere?
     
  4. Nick Adams

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  5. Gary Haynes

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    Not sure what it looks like in the raw format but if you have a pretty well stabilized rig try setting it down to 10% and see if that does it. Most folks take the default and it is usually way to much.
     
  6. Nick Adams

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    Gary ,
    It was 50% smoothness, is that what you meant? The 'additional scale' is set at 100%
    The 'Smoothness method' is set to 'Position, Scale, Rotation' and framing is ' Stabilize, Crop, Auto-Scale'
    Crop Less- Smooth More ' was set to 50%
     
  7. Nick Adams

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    The Raw was pretty poor, I am still having some Radian/Stabilization issues. Just trying to get a feel of what you can and can't get away with in post.
     
  8. Gary Haynes

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    Try the defaults changing only the smoothness to 10%. Can you post a clip of the raw footage?
     
  9. Nick Adams

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    here is the raw footage
     
  10. Gary Haynes

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    Another question for you can you post your Radian settings and type of camera you are carrying?
     
  11. Nick Adams

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    Here we go: its a Canon 5d mk lll with a 24mm IS prime.
     

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  12. Josh Lambeth

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    Drop your smoothness down. Like Gary said, 10%ish.

    Also try getting your original footage to look smoother and that will help a lot.

    Josh
     
  13. Nick Adams

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    Understood, thanks Josh. The 10% definately helped, especially with sharpness but not with the big movements (refer to josh)
    Cheers
    Nick
     

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