Reviewing video stabilization


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Reviewing video stabilization

Probably one of the coolest and most useful new features of iMovie '09 is the built-in video stabilization. I think we have all been in editing situations where we want to use a specific clip in our movie, but the footage is just too shaky from being shot on a hand-held camera or out of a car window or for any number of reasons. iMovie stabilization capability can make previously unusable footage usable, and it's really easy to use. I have this footage here of this guy being followed up a boulder by the camera, and it's pretty shaky. Let's take a look here. Okay. So because the camera was being held by hand, it's pretty shaky.

Let me go ahead and add that to my project. Let's drag that up. Now I'm going to go to the Clip's pop-up menu and choose Clip Adjustments, and I'm going to check Smooth Clip Motion. Now iMovie is analyzing the entire clip, checking out frame by frame, trying to match the objects in one frame with the objects in the frames around ...

Reviewing video stabilization
Video duration: 8m 22s 2h 17m Intermediate

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Reviewing video stabilization provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iLife '09 New Features

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Video
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iLife
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