on 11-24-2019 05:41 AM
I have just recently completed a huge export of an immersive theatre performance of a Chirstmas Carrol, so in the spirit of chirstmas I am hoping if someone could help me.
So filming I had it attached to the head of a chair. The camera is still and there is no movement in the camera. Basically I left the stabalization on and now the footage is panning as its playing.
Due to it being a couple of hours long, it took ages to render out of fusion. I know that I just need to turn the stabalisation off if I were to do another export. However is there a way to fix this movement in premiere or am I just dreaming here? Does it need to be rerendered?
on 11-24-2019 05:54 AM
I would say, (as an enthusiast)-----to bite the bullet and re-render. (it would be your best bet).
In theory, in Final Cut Pro X, which one could "track" the spinning and counteract it by using a keyframe to pan in the opposite direction, but it would be hard to figure it out perfectly--and that precious time figuring it out could be used to re-render the original footage.
I feel your pain working with cutting-bleeding edge of technology.
on 11-24-2019 06:52 AM