Been doing a fair amount of HDR timelapses recently and I wanted to show how
Adobe After Effect's Warp Stabilizer has been a fairly effective tool in helping correct
the "pulsing" effect that seems to be created when Photomatix renders the 3 exposures into 1.
To be fair I don't think the Photomatix creators were thinking that people would be using their
program to make frames for HDR timelapses :)
Let me know what you think of the job Warp Stabilizer does, do you think it helps?
The actual Gator Park vid can be seen at: vimeo.com/39127404
Sometime soon I will try the SNS-HDR program that Dustin Farrell has been using.
He gets some really amazing results. Check his work out at: vimeo.com/dustinfarrell
Thanks for watching.