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Can I use C4D to stabilize a video shot ? If yes then how ?


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I don't know how to use AfterEffects to stabilize video shots.
Is it possible to use the Motion Tracking system of C4D to do the job ?
If yes, is it applicable for all the following cases ?

  1. Orbital shot
  2. Stationary shot
  3. Panning shot
  4. Moving shot (forward)
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No. I can't think of any way to do that in Cinema. You need to do it in a video editor and even more ideally, in-camera if possible. The aim of Motion Tracker is only to follow existing motion as best it can in its input video and match the scene camera to whatever that movement is doing - it can't do anything to actually alter it in the source.

 

CBR

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On 10/10/2021 at 3:00 PM, Cerbera said:

No. I can't think of any way to do that in Cinema. You need to do it in a video editor and even more ideally, in-camera if possible. The aim of Motion Tracker is only to follow existing motion as best it can in its input video and match the scene camera to whatever that movement is doing - it can't do anything to actually alter it in the source.

 

CBR

I think C4D R25 has a "spring" and "smooth" animation effector. Can those be used on the camera to make it less shaky ? (Yeah that will not stabilize the video but will transfer the camera less shaky to the sceen) I don't have C4D R25 so just asking ...

 

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42 minutes ago, HappyPolygon said:

Can those be used on the camera to make it less shaky ?

 

Not in the way I think you are imagining. Those things are designed to smooth out or stylise keyframes in existing camera moves. Nope. This is not the way. Really needs to be done in in a video editor !

 

CBR

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