Been trying out some of the features in this program.
There are five levels of stabalisation, from general to very smooth.
However, I wonder if others have found this odd effect beyond the third-level of stabalising? I find it cuts out the external image and the frame appears to "zooms in" to the centre.
I can imagine that if there are a huge number of errors, then pixels have to go....and those at the outside are likely to be missing as the view bounces about. However, I don't think I want them thrown away - rather I want the computer to take some of the good frames and stitch them into the frames where they are missing.
I believe PanOptica has good reviews, but then the feature in Vegas ought to work. By taking a sinigle squence I applied the different levels of stabalisation as comparison, - but I'm now not convinced it is really better than er, well nothing.
Does anyone have a way of getting good results?