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Old May 15th, 2019, 02:25 PM   #1
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Clip scales when applying stabilization

Hello.

I am experiencing a weird scaling effect when exporting:

I apply Stabilization to a clip, using "Automatic" (not InertiaCam nor SmoothCam). The clip then scales a little bit which is normal. But when I export it, the clip scales even more (!), like as if I would have used SmoothCam (which in this case scales more by default).

This must be a bug?! This ruins my edit because the framing scales so that a person dissapears...
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Old May 15th, 2019, 02:50 PM   #2
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Re: Clip scales when applying stabilization

Ok so I discovered this must have to do with that I have changed the stabilization parameters or clip settings somehow after applying the effect the first time, because when I put an original "version" of the same source clip on the timeline (same in and out points) and apply a fresh stabilization, the weird scaling effect at exporting doesn't occur any more. So it's clearly a bug...
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