So I'm looking at using Warp Stabilizer for some shots. But what I've worked out (which no-one seems to tell you) is that there's a very specific kind of shot where it just doesn't work well at all, and hopefully others have come up against this and have some tips for me!
According to Adobe, the stabilizer tries to work out what's background and what's foreground, and for some reason I can't fathom tries to stabilize for the foreground objects. What this means is that any time your subject is larger than, say, 50% of the frame, the tracking starts to look like the camera's attached to your subject. Do not want.
I've tried roto-ing out the subject, but warp takes the "hole" as a foreground object to track. I've tried "synthesizing" a fake background to go behind the hole but that just makes the track really weird. Does anyone know how to fool the stabilizer into stabilizing the background?