While shooting, everyone will want to capture the best shots be it movies or any other events. Every camera person’s dream is to get the perfect moment captured behind the lens. Of all, no one would ever want a Video that is shaky.
We have seen professional camera persons with tripods, extensions, robotic costumes on the movies sets or may be in some event. Ever wondered for what? No, right?
The answer is all for the sake of getting a stable and shake-free video. But even after doing so much the video comes shaky then the labor looks to be going in vain. But why worry, when Movavi is there! Movavi is one of the few video editors in the market, which has in-built feature to stabilize video.
So when you have got a shaky video then don’t be disheartened, because all is not lost yet. You can follow the below easy steps to get your dream videos.
Steps to follow:
- Click on “Create Project in Full Feature Mode” and then click “Add Media Files”. Select the file you want to stabilize. You can even drag and drop your required file in the timeline.
- Double click on the video added in the timeline. It will display the option of Tools. Select Stabilization from the Tool menu and then hit “Stabilize”
- In the pop-up that opens, adjust the setting of stabilization according to your need. This pop-up will be having Accuracy, Shaking, Original, Preview, Stabilize, Apply and Cancel links. Adjust the Accuracy slider to get the video analyzed accurately. Use Shaking Slider to set the amount of shaking. Click on Stabilize button to start the stabilization process. User can always see the difference between original and the edited version by clicking on the radio buttons “Original” and “Preview” in the screen. Hit apply, if you are satisfied by the accuracy.
- Save the video by hitting “export” and choosing the file format. After clicking Start the video will be saved.
Isn’t it amazing that we can get the videos like we always wanted by following such simple and User- friendly steps. By all such unique and usable features, Movavi is giving heads up that it’s here to stay in the market.
You can try Movavi Video Stabilization at https://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-stabilize-video.html