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Microsoft antishake algorithm

Discussion in 'News' started by phantomi, Aug 17, 2014.

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    The researchers are still working on it and there will be an app in the windows store that lets us import our own videos for software stabilization
     
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    That would be nice but doesn't the software throw away frames and accelerate the playback as part of the smoothing effect?
     
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    You'll still need gimbals.
     
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    Yes , you won't have 60 fps video at the end!
     
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    Interesting but unless you use a lot of 10X speed video not very useful... yet.
     
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    for better and fastest results give a try to instagram's new app: hyperlapse :)
     
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    This story is about Hyperlapse, check out the video link from the op
     
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    This looks useless frankly. Sorry to rain on the parade.

    Unless you want 10X speed jerky video?
     
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    "reducing shake" is very far away from "no shake".

    BTW, my Sony Actioncam 100VR reduces shake. As a consequence, the image quality isn't as good as my Gopro even though the Sony has a superior new sensor. And even if you reduce shake, your camera is still pointing at the sky or the ground depending on how you're flying instead of leveling with the horizon.