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Thread: Tutorial: How to remove the warping effect from warp stabiliser

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    Default Tutorial: How to remove the warping effect from warp stabiliser

    Hi guys

    I'm back with another tutorial that hopefully you'll all find useful.

    I show you how to get those perfectly smooth shots by removing tracking data in after effects



    Let me know what you think
    Cal Thomson | Camera Operator | www.calthomson.com

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    Very good. Your presentation continues to improve.
    Tim

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    Thank for this - genuinely interesting and a subject close to my heart (smooth shots).

    I did notice some pretty bad warping on the walls over the presenter's left shoulder at 3:56. Can I assume that you could clean this further with more tracking point deletion?

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    Glad you liked it guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Partington View Post
    Thank for this - genuinely interesting and a subject close to my heart (smooth shots).

    I did notice some pretty bad warping on the walls over the presenter's left shoulder at 3:56. Can I assume that you could clean this further with more tracking point deletion?
    Yes I'm sure if I took more care I'd be able to remove the warping complete. This was purely an example.
    Cal Thomson | Camera Operator | www.calthomson.com

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    I tried .. And failed ... Is there s lot of trial and error involved ??

    Nice tutorial btw !
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    I can do this for free in Vdub with De-shaker. Works very well - but only because I'm lucky enough not to be saddled with a CMOS sensor in my camera.......so no rolling shutter

    Warp Stabilizer seems to work much better than De-shaker, when dealing with rolling shutter 'jello'. But there always seems to be a 'hint' left though... the ever so slightly 'wishy-washy' effect you never see with CCD cameras...

    Roll on the days when all sensors - both CCD and CMOS - all have global shutters ..... I'm afraid it could take a while though......

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    There is a bit of trail and error involved because everyone's shot is slightly different.

    I usually get good results first time round because I know what I'm looking for. I do tinker a bit after to get it just right though.

    All hail the global shutter!
    Cal Thomson | Camera Operator | www.calthomson.com

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    Nice one Cal.

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    You're welcome buddy. I hope this tip comes in useful one day.
    Cal Thomson | Camera Operator | www.calthomson.com

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