Do you often have to create software tutorials for your clients or interns? Now, what if some of the clippings come out shaky? Blurry clips are an out & out disaster especially if they are at the most crucial discussions of the tutorial. Professional filmmakers use video stabilizers to prevent shaky images which are difficult to afford for laymen. But the good news is you can now easily correct your shaky clips at a fraction of cost with Movavi Video Editor. Movavi is a globally renowned software developer and its advanced video editor also doubles up as a great video stabilization software.
The post below explains how easily you can stabilize your software tutorial video with Movavi Video Editor.
First, you will download and install Movavi Video Editor in your system.
Click on Create project in full feature mode. Then, look for Add Media Files and click on it to upload your software tutorial video on Movavi program window.
Double-click on your video on Movavi Timeline & go to Tools menu. Click on Stabilization and then again click on Stabilize.
It will open up various stabilization settings for you. The Accuracy slider will help you to set the precise stabilization setting for your video. However, the star of the show is surely “Shaking” slider. It will enable you to specify the degree of shaking to be visible for the viewers. When you are done with the settings, click on Stabilize. After the video is stabilized, check out the Original & Preview screen for comparison. If you are content with the changes, click on Apply.
We have finally arrived at the last phase of the stabilization process. Do you want to change the format of your tutorial video? Well, in that case, just hit the Export tab and choose a desired format. Then, click on Start tab to commence the conversion process. After the conversion is complete, the converted video will be saved in your system.
Features of Movavi Video Editor
- Able to trim, join and rotate video clips
- Works to improve overall quality of video
- Able to edit images and audio too
- Carries wide range of transitions and filters
- Hosts a vast in-built library of titles & callouts
- Carries a vast and versatile range of special effects like Slo Mo, Chroma Key, Retro effect and so on
- Supports a wide range of media formats and is able to convert videos in any format
Useful tips for users
- If you want to save time, don’t go to Add Media Files while uploading your video to the Movavi program window. A faster alternative is to drag & drop your video right from your computer folder to the Movavi timeline.