"Warping” is usually the adverse effect of image stabilization where the frame compensation causes the image to shift in an unnatural way.
Warping affects the Technical and Content Quality of an asset. Poorly implemented image stabilization can be distracting to the customer. In some cases, it produces a worse resulting image than if no image stabilization was used.
Image shifts/ blurs and/ or becomes distorted.
How to Prevent:
Only apply necessary amount of image stabilization. If warping becomes an issue, consider using an alternate shot that requires less stabilization in order to preserve overall image quality.
Reduce the amount of image stabilization applied to affected shot to minimize the warping effect.