gives us four videos that go into the details of understanding warp stabilization in Adobe After Effects:
First: Understanding stabilization:
When it comes to stabilizing video footage in After Effects, you have four different methods at your disposal: Position; Position, Scale Rotation; Perspective; and Subspace Warp. Learn about these different methods and how you can use them to correct and enhance your footage in this tutorial.
This tutorial is a single movie from the After Effects Guru: Tracking and Stabilizing Footage course by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete course is 2 hours and shows how to track and stabilize footage with After Effects.
Second: Applying the Warp Stabilizer effect:
Third: Using the Subspace Warp method:
The Subspace Warp method in After Effects’ Warp Stabilizer VFX effect can help stabilize shaky footage.
Fourth: Matching movement using Warp Stabilizer:
You don’t have to use the Warp Stabilizer VFX effect in After Effects just to stabilize footage; you can use it to introduce elements, such as text, into a scene and match their movement to the shake in a shot, creating an interesting visual effect.
Last: Motion Tracking using the 3D Camera Tracker:
The 3d camera tracker in After Effects has some hidden uses that can come in handy–namely the ability to track objects in your live-action clips.