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  • videogoogoo
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    @khoi pham - yes, mine is a PAL project

    @ antonsvideo - like i posted, my version # is 6.52

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by videogoogoo View Post
    As much as I love the amazing built-in stabilizer feature, there's one thing that really annoys me... I wonder if anybody else has the same problem: Whenever I apply the stabilizer filter on a clip in the timeline, the very last frame (or couple of frames, depending) will always display "Analyzing for stabilization..." in the top left corner. I know, Edius displays this message when it analyzes the clip and it eventually goes away, but in my case not in the last (couple of) frames. It's almost like it's burned into them. Cutting off those last frames is neither a very elegant workaround nor does it help: The message will then simply be displayed in the last frames of the "new" ending. Even when the film is exported, the message is there! I've installed the update to version 6.52 but that hasn't helped. Does anybody have a solution/idea? Help is much appreciated!
    I remember problems like this with early versions of 6.5

    what is your version number? 6.52 is the latest

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  • Khoi Pham
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    That doesn't happen with me, I'm using NTSC progressive hd project, what kind of project are you doing? maybe it is a Pal bug?

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  • videogoogoo
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    Edius 6.5x stabilizer problem

    As much as I love the amazing built-in stabilizer feature, there's one thing that really annoys me... I wonder if anybody else has the same problem: Whenever I apply the stabilizer filter on a clip in the timeline, the very last frame (or couple of frames, depending) will always display "Analyzing for stabilization..." in the top left corner. I know, Edius displays this message when it analyzes the clip and it eventually goes away, but in my case not in the last (couple of) frames. It's almost like it's burned into them. Cutting off those last frames is neither a very elegant workaround nor does it help: The message will then simply be displayed in the last frames of the "new" ending. Even when the film is exported, the message is there! I've installed the update to version 6.52 but that hasn't helped. Does anybody have a solution/idea? Help is much appreciated!
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