Shooting videos while jumping, riding, surfing, etc with action cameras were not perfect mostly, the videos may be too shaky and may have noises. Though action cameras like GoPro has video stabilization function, but it can only helps to slightly stabilize videos. So this is the reason that most people are approaching for an easy-to-use yet powerful video stabilization software that can be used both in Windows and Mac. Speak of video stabilization software, VideoProc comes to my mind.
What makes VideoProc worth a try
With an extremely simple interface, VideoProc provides you an easy way to edit and process videos shot from any devices, you can trim, merge, crop, rotate, flip, expand, add subtitle/watermark/effect, transcode, adjust video playback speed, fix audio delay, remove background noise, stabilize shaky video and much more. Plus, thanks to the full support of GPU hardware acceleration, VideoProc can load, convert and edit large-sized videos, high-speed videos or slow-mo videos without crash. Not just video processing, you can use VideoProc to save videos/playlists offline from 1000+ sites, convert videos, audios and DVDs to fit iPhone, Android, Xbox, TV and nearly any mainstream devices. You can even use it to record screens in different ways to make tutorials for uploading on YouTube, record games, make vlogs, etc.
How to get a free copy of VideoProc
VideoProc is normally costs at $78.90, however, there’s an on-going giveaway on the page of (GoPro) video stabilization tutorial offered by VideoProc. Just click the “Download Free” button to get a licensed copy of VideoProc. You can use all features of VideoProc as the paid users, only except the free upgrade privilege.
On the same page, you can also enter your email to try your luck for winning the best action cameras in the world: DJI OSMO Action, GoPro Hero 7 Black, GoPro Hero 7 Silver!
Back to stabilize shaky videos, following is a video tutorial for your referrence. If you do not have good internet to watch the video, continue the reading to find a text tutorial on how to stabilize shaky videos with VideoProc.
Step-by-step guide to stabilize shaky videos with VideoProc
- Open VideoProc, and lick “Video” on the main interface.
- Click “+Video” to select which video you want to stabilize.
- Click ‘Deshake” icon available in the toolbox.
- Double click “Deshake” icon to change the settings like shakiness, accuracy, parameters and minimum contrast, etc. Click “Done” to save your adjustment.
- Click “Run’ to start stabilize videos with best quality.
That’s it. Simple and effective to stabilize a shaky video with VideoProc. You can download a free licensed copy as we mentioned before and try out its features!