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Stabilize your shots with Gopro

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Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby turbotim6 » Sun May 26, 2013 1:37 am

Easy stabilisation with software :-)



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Re: Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby steve_t » Sun May 26, 2013 8:29 am

Youtube can do that level of stabilisation for you too.
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Re: Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby stevepud » Sun May 26, 2013 4:50 pm

Looks pretty good - MUCH better than youtube stabilisation which I've found every time I've used it to be rubbish.


What software did you use?

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Re: Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby OzzieBloke » Sun May 26, 2013 6:58 pm

I use Virtual Dub in combination with the Deshaker plugin by Gunnar Thalin.

It has a huge amount of controls for stabilising the images, including reference rolling shutter rates for a whole heap of cameras, including the GoPro cameras. It's processor-intensive, but the image quality is second to none.

Here's an example vid done with the GoPro Hero3 Black. I've purposely left the borders unfilled and unzoomed so you can see the degree of deshaking it does, and can appreciate the quality of the algorithm.

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Re: Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby turbotim6 » Mon May 27, 2013 2:14 am

stevepud wrote:Looks pretty good - MUCH better than youtube stabilisation which I've found every time I've used it to be rubbish.


What software did you use?

Cheers
Steve



Like the title said, Lock & Load (Coremelt) :-)

And yes, the youtube stabilisation sucks big time.
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Re: Stabilize your shots with Gopro

Postby stevepud » Mon May 27, 2013 5:39 am

turbotim6 wrote:
stevepud wrote:Looks pretty good - MUCH better than youtube stabilisation which I've found every time I've used it to be rubbish.


What software did you use?

Cheers
Steve



Like the title said, Lock & Load (Coremelt) :-)

And yes, the youtube stabilisation sucks big time.



oops didnt notice that...
I've used VirtualDub too before, but it's a lot of messing about....
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