Have you noticed some of your videos in YouTube are shaky and you wish to find an easy solution to stabilize them?
You’re not alone!
Recently we created and published some whiteboard animation videos in our YouTube channel that happened to be pretty big in length. Initially everything looked fine but after some time it came to our attention that some of those videos were shaky.
Here’s a quick way to fix and stabilize your shaky videos
- Launch the YouTube video editor
- Select the shaky video you want to stabilize.
- Click the Effects button that appears on the video thumbnail.
- Select either Auto-Fix or Stabilize Video option.
- Move the “Stabilize” slider until you’re happy.
- Click Save & Publish.
Here are some screenshots you may find useful:
You will be able to see a real-time preview of how your shaky video might look after the stabilization as you move the “Stabilize” slider – once you are satisfied, click Save.
It may take a while to process your video and stabilize it (it took more than a 12 hours to stabilize the above 20-minutes whiteboard animation).
The stabilized video will appear as a new video in your YT account.