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Saturday, August 13, 2016
Want to stabilize a shaky video? Try this feature on YouTube.
If you upload a video to YouTube and you would like it to be less shaky, simply do the following...
1. Select the Enhancements button - second rectangle under the video (looks like a magic wand).
2. Select stabilize (right-hand side of screen).
All you need to do is sit back and let YouTube do the work for you. The video may take up to 20 minutes to stabilize, but the end result is a much easier video to watch.
Below you will see a GIF followed by and embedded YouTube video (same as GIF but with sound).
Hope you enjoy!
August 13, 2016
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