iPhone Shaky Video Fixes

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Sometimes a video recorded on an iPhone turns out shaky no matter how hard you try. Learn about iPhone shaky video fixes with help from an expert in Apple retail in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, I'm Skylar. iPhone is an awesome camera for recording video, but the only problem is that it's kind of all and with any small you get kind of high frequency vibration. So how do you stabilize it? The easiest way to do it if you have a Mac is iMovie. So follow along with me as I open up iMovie and show you to apply motion stabilization to a video clip. In iMovie click file, import and movies, find the movie on your computer, I've put mine of the desktop and click import. iMovie optimizes the video and then puts it in to a new event. So here's the video and I can scout through it, if I press play you'll see that it's kind of shaky. So what I like to do is select the whole video and then click analyze the entire clip, you see stabilization here? iMovie will crunch some numbers and what it does is figure out exactly how things are shaking in the frame and then it odes it's best to average motion over several frames of the time. Okay, so it's analyzed and I'm just going to drag the entire, the clip up to a project and let so and so now the stabilization will be applied and we notice an immediate difference actually. You still see a little bit of shake in there, but over all it's much smother. And that's it, that's how stabilization works on the iMovie and it 'll work with any footage from your iPhone or pretty much any other camera actually. Thanks for watching. I'm Skylar.


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