and if you just look in the program monitor there straight away you can see those lines straightening up, and that's corrected in both pan directions, so the rolling shutter problem is gone. Rolling shutter is also part of Warp Stabilizer, but we've added it as a separately addressable effect if you just need to apply it to that type of problem. [Adobe]
Using Warp Stabilizer in Premiere Pro CS6
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Product Manager Al Mooney shows how to use the Warp Stabilizer effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to not just smooth the motion footage but to remove motion artifacts that would otherwise remain after stabilization.
Runtime : 00:02:03 Added : 04/22/2012
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Digital Video CS6
Learn video and audio production and digital communication from how-to information, subject matter experts, and tutorials. For more on teaching these skills, see the free Adobe Digital Video CS6 curriculum on adobe.com/go/digitalcareers.
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