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Stabilize Video Function


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Just purchased Creator 2012 (have most of the earlier versions).

 

Can someone explain to me how the "Stabilize Video" function works or direct me to a tutorial?

 

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Thank you. I already reached that stage. At the bottom of the Video Wave edittor, there is a "fx 1 or 2" ribbon. I would like to know how to go about using that function. For example, if I have selected "Stabilize Video" that ribbon appears, but it does not encompass the entire video. I have to click in that ribbon and drag the end point to the end of my video. After that I do not know what is expected. Do I play the video to stabilize it or is it done automatically?

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Thank you. I already reached that stage. At the bottom of the Video Wave edittor, there is a "fx 1 or 2" ribbon. I would like to know how to go about using that function. For example, if I have selected "Stabilize Video" that ribbon appears, but it does not encompass the entire video. I have to click in that ribbon and drag the end point to the end of my video. After that I do not know what is expected. Do I play the video to stabilize it or is it done automatically?

 

To see the stabilize effect just play it. The effect is applied when you play or when you output.

 

Why not just experiment with the different options? That is the best way to learn how to use it. Get a short clip of video that has a lot of "shaking" and work with that

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