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Thread: How to stabilise a clip with frames going up en down?

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    Default How to stabilise a clip with frames going up en down?

    In a clip I caputered of the horizon of the sea there are some frames going up and down making the clip not stable. Is there an easy way to bring all frames more or less to the same position?

    Kippie

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    this happens alot if you either

    A) didnt capture firewire... either with S-video or RCA inputs (a pain in the ass... trust me)

    B) captured on an 8mm camera.... it happens alot on 8 mm cameras... just borrow your neighbors 8mm camera or find one... and it might not shake the picture. even if it is mini DV- use another camera to send it into your computer.... if it still bounces, tape is effed.

    and if it only shakes when it is in the computer, its usually something that has to do with premier and not liking the video format. if you captured analogue, premier might do that, just cause it hates working with certain types of video files.

    woot. hope that helped
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    I'm glad i didn't reply to this now. I thought it was a question about removing 'camera shake' once you've done the video capture.

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    hahah atta boy millsy
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