Tutorial: Stabilize Video Footages within Blender!


Have heard about SteadyShot?
Well, you couldn’t found that on others camera or even phones, but you may trick shaky footage with Blender! 😀

Hi, mates! When you shot a video with a hand-held camera, it usually ends trembling a little. Some cameras have integrated stabilization while you’re filming, but generally, that may not be enough. In Blender, you can use the Movie Clip Editor to track points in a video, and use that information to compensate their movement in order to stabilize the video. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to track features in a video, and use those markers to stabilize the video. Finally, you’ll apply that stabilization to the final output in the compositor.

LINK: http://blendtuts.com/video_stabilization

Happy Blending! 🙂

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