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Old July 7th, 2016, 10:36 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone,
Diving in - purchased the Kodak SP360 4K. Like it so far, have just been experimenting. I know "moving or walking" videos may not be a good idea, but I can see a need to do this at certain times.

Predictably, not happy with the shakiness of the video. Kodak recommends turning off the built in EIS on each cam, due to the fact it would negatively affect the stitching process.

So I stitched in the Kodak stitching software and uploaded to YouTube. Looked fine (other than the shakiness). So I decided to add some Warp Stabiizer in Adobe Premiere.

I still use Premiere CS6, have yet to upgrade to Premiere CC. So I added the warp, seemed to work, but can only see flattened video within Premiere. Uploaded to YouTube, the warp worked great, much better. However, as you can see in video below, it adds a hard stitch line, making it unusuable.

Is this just what happens when adding various effects in premiere? Will the newest version of premiere solve this issue? Any other suggestions on getting rid of the shakiness - maybe some other software or a stabilizer piece of hardware for these cams?

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