Crazy hyperlapse Stabilization Issues: how to solve them?


New time-lapser
Hey, this is my first attempt at a hyperlapse, and I inadvertently seemed to have chosen something really difficult to do.

Applying the warp stabilizer does some crazy rotations and other weird stuff. I've tried all the different settings, but can't seem to get good results.

And I can't do manual tracking because there is nothing to lock onto since I am moving forward along a curved path.

Is there any way to effectively stabilize a scene like this ?

I also tried MS hyperlapse on it and it did a decent job, but the output quality from that app is so bad its unusable.

Thanks for any advice you might have!

Darren Wilch

Best to think about how your going to stabilise before you shoot. I did see a tutorial on youtube where they draw 2 lines on perpendicular to the horizon --
maybe apply to edge of path.

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