1. Launch program and open video
Launch Video Stabilization and drag the affected video into the program window (1). Alternatively, you can also use "Or click to open" (2) and select the file manually.
By default, the program launches with stabilization enabled (1) to provide you with instant visual feedback through the preview. Click Play (2) to preview the video and use the eye icon to enable/disable stabilization (3).
3. Adjust and adapt
If you're not satisfied with the results, use the slider to adjust the strength of the effect (1). The program normally uses a fixed zoom effect to enlarge and move the viewport to counter camera shakes. If enabled, "Adaptive cropping" causes the program to dynamically adjust the zoom with the slider setting as upper limit.
4. Exposure and colors
If necessary, enable "Exp., colors" (1) to adjust the colors and white balance settings for your video. Use the sliders or text boxes to make the desired modifications. For a quick way to fix white balance, select the color picker and click the "whitest" area in the preview pane.
Once you're satisfied, click "Export selection" (1) to export your modified video.
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