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Mastering Adobe Premier Pro CS6 HOTSHOt by Paul Ekert

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Using Warp Stabilizer as a virtual tripod

Warp Stabilizer is one of those filters that you will probably use a lot more than you think you might. Anytime a shot is made without a tripod, you'll probably need to add this filter to smooth out the small hand movements of the cameraperson that look large on the screen. In this task, you will revisit the Rain_in_Greece.avi clip in order to smooth out the obvious hand-held jitters in this short clip.

Engage Thrusters

Stabilize your footage by following these steps:

  1. Create a new sequence. Don't worry about the settings, but rename it Warp Stabilizer.
  2. Drag-and-drop the Rain_In_Greece.avi file from the Project panel onto Video 1, and press backslash to zoom the Timeline to the duration of this clip.
  3. Switch ...

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