Queuing Clips for Analysis in Adobe Premiere Pro


  • 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 aewer version of Premiere Pro n
  • 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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