Yes, i have watched. But haven't calibrated it, to be honest. It was a 50mm lens on a Canon crop sensor,
that combination is not very distorted by itself.
The result looked more similar to what Mercalli does - less warped, less steady than Warp Stabilizer.
Maybe i will try it one more time with more care about calibration and settings and with my 10-18 wide lens.
Someone should do an independent comparison of ReelSteady to Mercalli and to Warp ;)
And i think that integration to Premiere is essential for me to use it every day. Please consider making a PR version in the future.
Was so inspired by the demo videos.
Just downloaded and shot a couple of handheld clips at 30fps with 1/100 shutter. In all cases Warp Stabilizer looked better. (Tried different smoothness settings). Maybe with hours of masking and fine-tuning it could beat the WS, but in real life we can't risk to shoot something serious without handheld stabilization gimbal, anyway.
And the price of your plugin is really close to good offerings like PILOTFLY H1.
Speaking of "Pretty sweet intro", i might be wrong but it looks like some sort of software shake was added to the original footage, to make it look more complicated to stabilize.
And about this ferris wheel footage. Looks like WS was put to 100% smoothness, to look really warped. Usually lower settings (1%-12%) produce significantly better results.
And the main advantage of WS is the fact that it works directly in Premiere.