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Google I/O 2013: Secrets of Video Stabilization on YouTube

Presentation at Google I/0 2013 by Matthias Grundmann, John Gregg, and Vivek Kwatra on our Video Stabilizer on YouTube

Video stabilization is a key component of YouTubes video enhancement tools and All YouTube uploads are automatically detected for shakiness and suggested stabilization if needed. This talk will describe the technical details behind our fully automatic one-click stabilization technology, including aspects such as camera path optimization, rolling shutter detection and removal, distributed computing for real-time previews, and camera shake detection. More info:

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One Response to “Google I/O 2013: Secrets of Video Stabilization on YouTube”

  1. This is the one I use. video camera stabilizer It take a little getting used to, but it definitely does make a difference.

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