Video stabilization in Linux

To stabilize (deshake) a video you can use the transcode program normally available for Linux  distributions.

Though, you may need to get updated plug-in binaries (read more), if you are getting messages like “[filter_stabilize.so] warning: unsupported Codec: 2″.

Then you go for the first run, which is analyzing the video and generating an info file for future use:

  • transcode -J stabilize -i shaking.mp4

And then comes the second run, which is the actual image stabilization:

  • transcode -J transform -i shaking.mp4 -y xvid -o stable.avi

 

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