Google Photos add Video Stabilization


Google Photos add Video Stabilization

Peggy K | YouTube

Google has recently added Video Stabilization to its newest update of the Photos App and this is admirable because lots of video recorded by phone are often shaky and are better enjoyed when they are played back as stabilized video.

You can trust that Googles stabilization feature will be top notch because they have been implementing video stabilization in YouTube for years and it has been good enough for the most part.

To use the video stabilization feature, follow the steps below:

  • Update your Google Photos app to the latest version on Android or iPhone
  • Click the pen icon while viewing a video within the app
  • Tap the new Stabilize button right next to “Rotate.”

A progress bar will pop up to show you how long you have to wait for your video to complete the stabilization process. The process takes place locally and the length of time you have to wait depends on file sized.

Once the process is done, you will see the white stabilize text turn blue with the text changed to “stabilized”

Once you try out the feature, let me know what you think.

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I am an Ibadan-based Tech blogger that loves to give my commentary about interesting topics in the tech world. My motivation is to help people that are not so tech-oriented understand at a very basic level whatever topic I decide to post on. You can always use the contact page to reach me if there's anything you would like me to write about.

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