Muvee Turbo Video Stabilizer does exactly as it sounds, it makes sure shaky footage can be made as still as possible. The product, 100 per cent compatible with Windows, goes further than most stabilizers by offering six degrees of motion on three axes.
According to Muvee ‘life does not stand still’ so why should the user of this software. The company is particularly proud of this product, describing it as “the best” video stabilizer software out there. A free trial can be downloaded from their website, as well as other buying plans.
Key features include:
- 3D stabilization
- Rotate video
- Rolling shutter correction
- Multi HD video format
- Multi-core support
- Directly and instantly upload to social media
Ever taken to the choppy seas or cycled down an uneven path and have been left frustrated by a wobbly video? If so, this is surely the software for you. Its Rolling Shutter Correction is one of the standout features. Rolling shutter effect can be seen on most camcorders if they have been zipping through town, the tall buildings will suddenly slant in the video. That’s all fixed automatically with this software.
Also if you have ever shot video on your iPhone vertically or mounted a GoPro upside down and forgot to switch modes, the product’s Video Rotate feature will save the day. You can then directly upload your footage to Facebook and YouTube. Log in to your page once and it’s just a single slick from thereon.
Multi HD Video Format Support is another feather in the software’s impressive cap. It supports all popular camcorder formats and can also shoot in any format. Your footage will then be stabilized to industry standard H264 for sharing online.
Multi-Core Support is also on hand to make sure your computer can cope with the three axes and six degrees of motion. The multi-core and multi-threaded support has been built in to make sure it runs as fast as the PC allows, while carefully stabilizing the video frame by frame.
Overall, Muvee Turbo Video Stabilizer is an invaluable tool for those videographers searching for visual perfection. Because no one wants to record video gold only to find that the camera was shaky and upside down. The quick sharing nature of this software is also something that has won praise, as well as its keen attention to every detail