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    After Effects CS5.5 Warp Stabilization

    http://vimeo.com/23495612

    Very good I would say,
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    Re: After Effects CS5.5 Warp Stabilization

    Uwe: that looks truly excellent. What is the processing time in CS5 for that kind of footage (I am assuming 720p?)?

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    Re: After Effects CS5.5 Warp Stabilization

    WOW! So I need CS5.5 after all then

    Nothing like that was mentioned at the FCP X presentations, was it?

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    Re: After Effects CS5.5 Warp Stabilization

    Certainly a nice feature and worth the price of the up-grade just for it. I took a quick look at it, and my only comment is that the CMOS / rolling shutter controls appeared to be a bit less sophisticated than either Lock and Load or Mercali. Some direct comparisons are in order. Maybe when I have more time.

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    Re: After Effects CS5.5 Warp Stabilization

    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    Uwe: that looks truly excellent. What is the processing time in CS5 for that kind of footage (I am assuming 720p?)?
    I have got it to do the processing - about 10* for 1080p on a mac book pro. (but it does not work).

    I will try to set up my eSATA raid (3gbit/s) as a scratch disc and see if it helps.

    According to Adobe TV, 10k machine will keep up 1:1.

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