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Batch Stabilization Analysis for Warp Stabilizer
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The Batch Analysis for Warp Stabilizer plugin allows you to uses the Warp Stabilizer effect to stabilize and analyze all clips sequentially.

The Batch Analysis for Warp Stabilizer plugin allows you to uses the Warp Stabilizer effect to stabilize and analyze all clips sequentially.

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Batch Analysis for Warp Stabilizer is a powerful Adobe Premiere Pro plugin that uses the Warp Stabilizer effect to analyze and stabilize clips in batch.

It allows you to skip the time-consuming procedure of manually stabilizing each clip. Just queue up as many clips as you need, and stabilize them in batch. No more dealing with the long wait times that come with waiting for each clip to finish. It's very fast and easy to use, freeing up your time to focus on editing.

Features:
• Queue any number of Videos for stabilization. The batch stabilization can run over night, with the timeline being rendered once all clips have been stabilized.
• Enable parallel analysis and stabilization to take advantage of all CPU cores and speed up the stabilization process.
• Restabilize clips that need to be reanalyzed, for example after upgrading to a newer version of Premiere Pro.
• Apply detailed analysis to clips in the queue.
• Fallback measures in case Premiere has trouble stabilizing a clip.
• Option to save the project automatically after the stabilization is complete.

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Changes in 1.3.2:
• Bug Fix: Fixed issue where clips could not be stabilized when two clips with the same length, start and end time were present on two video tracks.

Changes in 1.3.1:
• Added Premiere Pro 22.5 compatibility

Changes in 1.3.0:
• Added Premiere Pro 22.3 & 22.4 compatibility

Changes in 1.2.2:
• Pausing analysis: a new pause button allows you to put the stabilizing queue on hold.
• Support for clips in multiple video tracks has been added.
• Better logging.
• If users forget to uninstall the trial version before upgrading, they will receive a warning.

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After installing the plugin, go to ”Window > Extensions > Batch Analysis for Warp Stabilizer” in the main menu to access the extension panel.

Trial Version: After installing the plugin, go to ”Window > Extensions > Batch Analysis for Warp Stabilizer - Trial” in the main menu to access the extension panel.

Before installing the full version of the plugin, make sure to uninstall the trial version.

Select any number of clips from your timeline and click ”Add Selected Clips” in the extension panel to add them to the analysis queue.

Begin by following this tutorial: https://vakago-tools.com/analyze-all-clips/

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