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Mat Thompson May 11th, 2007 07:36 AM

Removing/lessening wind shake in post
 
Hey guys.

I have a bunch and great footage unfortunatley shot in quite high winds where some shots got the 'wind shake' treatment on the long lens.

Anyone got any tricks or thoughts on how to lessen this in post ???

I use Premiere/After effects so i thought I'd post this question here...


Cheers
Mat

Paul Leung May 11th, 2007 12:40 PM

I use 2D3 SteadyMove. It works pretty well.

Kevin Penhorwood May 11th, 2007 01:13 PM

Mat,

2D3 SteadyMove does a pretty good job if the movement is very small. If it is bigger I would use the tracking function in AE to track the movement and steady it. If the movement is great you will end up having to scale up the footage once the tracking is done.

Mat Thompson May 11th, 2007 05:33 PM

Guys.

Thanks for this heads up....I will check out 2d3...is this a plug in for after effects ??

Kevin. When you say track and steady...could you explain a little more fella? I'll be able to get on after effects in the morning and go through help but any help in advance would be great.

I'm assuming its going to track the movement and then move a 'virtual' camera to bring it things straight again!? eerrr or something like that !

Cheers
mat

Graham Hickling May 11th, 2007 07:06 PM

2d3 works in PPro2 - the freeware version is included in the "3rd party software" folder of the Pro2 installation disk. (It may also be downloadable.)

Mat Thompson May 13th, 2007 06:58 AM

Hey guys

MUCHO THANKS !!! for this heads up you've saved a good few shots from the bin :)


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