Stabilizing video


show more Stabilizing video provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training show less
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Stabilizing video

Probably one of the most useful features of iMovie '11 is the built-in video stabilization. Unlike professional videographers, casual shooters like myself probably don't use the tripod as much as we should. And I think we've all been in editing situations where you want to use a specific clip in our movie, but the footage is just too shaky from being shot on a handheld camera or out a car window or for any number of reasons. iMovie's stabilization capability can make previously unusable footage usable, and it's really easy to do. I have this footage here of my surfer strapping on his boots.

Let's take a look at this. (video playing) (birds chirping) So that's fairly shaky. Let's see what iMovie can do with it. I am going to click its pop-up menu and choose Clip Adjustments. Now, I am going to click Analyze Entire Clip. So you can see now iMovie is analyzing for stabilization. Basically what it does is it checks it out frame by frame, trying to match the objects ...

Stabilizing video
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Stabilizing video provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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Video
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iMovie
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