Unless you are going for that handheld found footage video style, shaky videos can be uncomfortable to watch and are a sign of amateurism. In an ideal world, you would have all the equipment like a tripod or gimbal, perfect camera settings, and less jittery hands to keep your video stable during filming. However, it is easier said than done, making shaky camera footage a part of reality. Furthermore, if you are only in charge of editing the video, you do not have control over the filming and find yourself with shaky video footage thinking all hope is lost.
Download and install VideoPad Video Stabilizer. Follow the installation instructions and then launch the program on your computer to begin editing.
Click the Add File(s) button in the main toolbar and select the video files to import into the VideoPad file bin. You can also drag and drop your video file into VideoPad.
Right-click on the video in the Media List and select Stabilize Video to open the Deshaker Options dialog. This feature uses a deshaker filter to eliminate camera shakiness and makes panning, rotation, and zooming on the video clips smoother. Adjust the options if necessary and click OK to add the anti-shake effect and automatically start stabilizing the video clip.
Once you have finished adding video effects and editing the rest of the video, click Export Video from the toolbar and select one of the many export options and output formats to save your new stabilized video.
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Simply download and install VideoPad Video Editor to begin stabilizing videos, edit, add effects and transitions, and share with family and friends.