I know there was a thread about stabilization, but I couldn't find it, so here's my question. In that thread I remeber there was a statement something to the effect that since red has an overscan area we won't need stabilization. Also I remeber a statement that there will be no keyframes in Redcine. So where do we do stabilization at, in the NLE? will either Avid or Final Cut be capable of recognizing the over scan area?
Here is why I ask, I just shot a commercial for a large funiture retailer. I shot in HD and the footage was down converted to SD. One of the shots was a jib starting at the foot of the bed and jibing up and panning right to a three quarter of the bed. After several takes we felt we had a good shot. Once in editing the shot was sped up 400%. Several little bumps in the move became very appearant at that speed. These were not visible on the monitor though we could feel vibration in the floor.
So could I fix this in post with Red?