Remember those days when we forget to bring along our video stabiliser equipment? Or when it runs out of battery? We bet you hate it when it happens, ruining what could have been a perfect video to keep for the memories. Scenarios like these are so common when stabiliser accessories and equipment are bulky and cumbersome to use. Fixing shaky videos isn’t exactly something very possible to do back then.
It is easy to realise that stabilising your videos are crucial as such videos are perceived to be considerably more professional than regular videos in most contexts. Fortunately, with the tech-driven world that we now live in, most of our recording devices such as DJI OSMO Action, GoPro do have a built-in stabiliser that produces the stabilised effect as well, albeit not as great. Post-production video editor with video stabilisation feature such as VideoProc by Digiarty are also available online to fix any shaky videos.
Disclaimer: The Guidesify Team was given a sample license of the full version to give our fair and honest review of VideoProc’s GoPro Deshake Feature. Our opinions do not represent the official position of any organisation or person. Besides, opinions change all the time. Nothing is constant.
VideoProc – Simple Method to Fix the Shakiness of your Videos
VideoProc is essentially a beginner-friendly video processing and editing software that boasts a powerful GoPro Deshake feature. It contains all the functionality of a basic video editing software, deliver the best output quality possible without losing frame and is the only truly full GPU accelerated video processing software, i.e. level 3 hardware acceleration.
Here are the following steps to stabilise your shaky GoPro 4K videos or any other video formats if applicable:
Step 1: Add Source Video to VideoProc 4K Video Processing Software
Launch VideoProc and tap +Video to add shaky video footage from your hard drive. You can add more than one video for post-stabilisation at a time.
Step 2: Navigate to the Video Stabilization Feature.
Click “Toolbox” at the bottom menu of the software, and then “Deshake.”
Step 3: Adjust the Settings of Deshake
Double clicking on the Deshake icon will open up the settings window, allowing you to adjust parameters such as shakiness, accuracy and more (refer to the example below).
You may visit VideoProc’s stabilise GoPro video guide for more comprehensive instructions.
Bonus Freebies: VideoProc Software PLUS DJI OSMO Action camera and GoPro Hero 7 Giveaway Event
Just like all other Guidesify reviews, this one comes with a massive giveaway event as well. The few of you who have scrolled all the way till this point, congratulations, you have made it. Digiarty never fails to disappoint and is now offering the full version of VideoProc for free. All you have to do is to download the installer package and key in the license code attached. The giveaway is open to all Windows and Mac Users.
What’s more? There are a total of 1 DJI OSMO Action camera, 1 GoPro HERO7 Black and 3 GoPro HERO7 Silver and up for grabs.
Simply enter in your email for 1 entry of the Action Camera Sweepstake and you may stand a chance of getting picked for a free DJI OSMO Action (Worth $345), GoPro HERO7 Black (Worth 399.99 USD) or a free GoPro HERO7 Silver (Worth 299.99 USD).
Get more entries to win the Action Camera:
- Share the event page on Facebook or Twitter for 3 additional entries each.
- Rate VideoProc for 5 additional entries.
Capped at a maximum of 9 entries only!
The sweepstakes will end on 4 June 2019 at 11.59PM EDT, and the draws will be conducted between 28 May to 4 June 2019. Don’t worry. The email will not be used for any purpose except for the confirmation of entries, winner announcement/prize notification and other VideoProc info.
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