How to Fix Shaky Footage

How to Fix Shaky Footage

Learn to fix jittery video the easy way, using the standard motion trackers and stabilizers found in common editing software such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects.

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With more and more people using smaller and smaller camcorders, shaky footage has become more common than ever before. We all know that it’s pretty difficult to get steady footage while holding something the size of a pack of playing cards in your hand. How to Fix Shaky Footage examines how to use standard motion trackers and how to use stabilizers within common editing software such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects to make your footage look it’s very best.


It’s important to know what options you have when trying to get rid of shake in your videos.

There are few things in the editing world as magical as being able to convincingly fix mistakes in footage. By using regular motion trackers and stabilization tools found in editing software, you’ll be able to experience some of the joy of transforming a shaky video into a steady masterpiece.