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#1 Charles MacDonald

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 07:16 PM

I have been asked by my wife to find some advice on Dejittering one of her videos. She was on a remote trip and shot one clip where she did not have a chance to use a tripod due to various constraints. The video has a lot of jumpiness from frame to frame.

The Clip was shot on a 5D Mark II.

She currently is using Kubuntu linux as her PC but is also willing to look at a mac. Does anyone have any ideas on what she can do to straighten out her shot. I am more a film guy so I am not familiar with any of this digital processing stuff. end use is probably as a clip to show while giving a talk on her experiences on this trip.
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#2 Chris Millar

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Posted 10 September 2012 - 07:35 PM



Details in the video - many more options, search for 'video stabilise' - iMovie does it on mac.

Expect a punch in (loss of image data around the edges).
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#3 Charles MacDonald

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 04:47 PM

Details in the video - many more options, search for 'video stabilise'



Very interesting journey. Following along from the description in the You Tube video, lead through several other pages to a page

http://bernaerts.dyn...lize-video-melt

which has a command line based way to use a package called FFmpeg and the MLT framework to do what she wants....

(mind you the recommended version of FFmpeg seems to have upset something else- but that we will fix later...)

Thanks everyone.
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#4 Chris Burke

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 07:04 PM

look at blender for linux, I am not sure, but it may also do stabilization.

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#5 David Block

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Posted 13 September 2012 - 07:16 PM

Hi. I would try downloading the free version of Resolve from Black Magic Design. There is a MAC version as well as a Windows version. You might need to convert the file to a Prores format. I would then create a session and then go into the color page > then into tracker and open up the stabilization. As was posted above you're going to loose some picture real estate due to the stabilization process.
I'm sure there are other programs that can do it. Just not sure which ones. Good luck

David

Here is the link for the MAC version


http://www.blackmagi...eg=false&os=mac
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