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Stabilize your shaking video with Sony Vegas Pro

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Published on Mar 2, 2013

Here are some tips and tricks for stabilizing your video / footage with Sony Vegas Pro:

- Use the Sony Stabilize in Media FX.

- Choose a preset that fits your video shakiness. (For less shakiness please use light stabilization only).

- You may edit your video clip after you stabilized them.

- DO NOT EDIT YOUR VIDEO CLIP BEFORE YOU STABILIZE THEM.

- Render your clip as the same frame rate (fps) as your original video. For example if you had 29.++fps, then render it as 29.++fps too. (You can find this in 'Customized Template' button).

- Data rate should be about 5KBPS!

- Project settings should be in your original size. E.g.: HD 720 59.90NCTS.

- If this doesn't work, crop your clip a bit at least.

Note: If you have many clips, I suggest you to stabilize + render the clips one by one - don't render all at once.


Credits:
I'm using Sony Vegas Pro 11.0 | Video with Nikon 1 | Screen recording with CamStudio

This is my 1st tutorial. I made this because I'm afraid I'm gonna forget it someday. Hahaha.

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