Stabilise Your Handheld Videos With YouTube

If you take handheld videos (on your smartphone, for example), the videos may suffer from shakiness. YouTube has an easy fix for this issue with their video stablisation editing feature.

The YouTube clip above shows how to use the video editor’s Effects button to stabilise shaky videos. It may take a few hours for the process, but once done, you’ll have a new, less shaky video in your account.

Got any tips for mobile video shooting or editing? Let’s hear them in the comments.

Easily Fix your Shaky mobile phone Videos with YouTube [Digital Inspiration]

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