Adobe Software Video Stabilization

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I just saw this video on YouTube (not mind) and thought some would find it interesting...
The poster writes:
"0:00-0:15 is the 1080 footage scaled down to fit the comp 0:15-0:30 is the full 1080 footage cropped at 720 with basic/quick Warp stabilizer fx applied in Adobe AE."

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Wrong link??

I did not watch it but appears to be a 9 minute video about Rode mics
 
Link must be repaired, video now as described, interesting to see the benefit of Adobe's Warp Stabilizer, by the way it is now included in the effects panel of Adobe's Premier Pro CC2014 editor.
 
Another using the AE Warp Stabilizer...

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Another using the AE Warp Stabilizer...

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Pretty nice post work. Not bad for fixed mount.
 
As an alternative to Adobe, the Stabalization in iMovie and in Final Cut Pro X work wonders.
 
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I ran this through warp stabilizer. Kinda gives an idea of what the Gimbal should be doing.
 
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