Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video The Image Stabilizer, part of EDIUS 6.5 New Features Workshop.
EDIUS 6.5 comes with its own built-in image stabilizer effect and in fact, the…effect incorporates a rolling shutter repair option.…So, if you're shooting with any kind of camera that has the chip type that uses…a rolling shutter, so that's any DSLR or pretty much any camera phone,…this is an effect where if you're moving the camera laterally, or if you've…got objects moving across the screen horizontally, you can get a kind of a…tilting, a kind of a shifting from the top to the bottom of objects on the…screen, vertical lines.…
This is a consequence of the chip recording the image, if you like, usually from…the top, down towards the bottom.…If anything is moving fast enough, then one part of the object is recorded at…the beginning of the frame, and by the time the chip gets towards the bottom of…the frame and it's recording the rest of the image, the object's moved.…So, you get a kind of a tilting effect, like a leaning for things like lampposts…and the edges of buildings.…This is an issue that's relatively straightforward for EDIUS to fix.…
- Introducing RED, AVCHD, and F4V support
- Working with the Filmstrip view
- Outputting files with embedded transparency
- Using the Layouter controls
- Working with alpha channels in nested sequences