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pussyfooterIf you can notice it, it's not a very good use of the effect.
It's nearly impossible to get a good result out of it, I'd rather have a slightly unstable shot.
outaouais_reppinHow exactly did you "noticed" it? cuz generally it's just a low % of warp stabiliser on a shot that wasn't ugly in the beginning, people generally notice it only when there's too much of the effect and it makes kind of a jello-ish look. If your shots aren't that bad you can use an okay warp stabiliser in premiere and AE
gavinrudyI'd guess that Etienne uses is it because it's hard as fuck to make a shot smooth on a Glidecam when you're tearing up all mountain powder terrain and going off of knolls with Candide. I think that he just weighs the pros and cons and considers that the primary purpose is to impress regular viewers that aren't very videographically inclined, and a warpy shot is better than a shaky shot in that case.
b_sonntagThank you for seeing the plus side of the stabilizer instead of just saying that it's a terrible effect haha, a bunch of those shots would've probably been incredibly shaky before the effect, which is exactly why I want to know how he does it, because I have a few shaky shots that I want to fix.