| Windows XP (Service Pack 3)|
|Video Format Support:|
| H.264, MP4|
Tested to work with videos taken by GoPro Hero, Hero2, Hero3, Sony Action Cam HDR-AS15
|Please note that viewing HD video requires enough memory resources and processor speed. If your computer can view GoPro videos, then it will run Turbo Video Stabilizer.|
Most stabilizers only move in 2 directions.
We measure 6 degrees of motion on 3 axes
Fix the slants and tilts in fast moving videos caused by CMOS sensors
Mount your camera in all challenging conditions. Rotate your video later
From VGA to 4K, shoot in any format, stabilize and save to other formats
Super fast analysis and rendering of stabilized video
3 Axes, 6 degrees of motion
Most stabilizers only move in 2 directions. We measure all 6 degrees of motion. Afterall, when you are zipping downhill on your knobblies, your GoPro cameras are going to be moving in every way!
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Rolling Shutter Correction
Most camcorders use CMOS sensors which take in light in a series of louvered "slits". So when you are zipping through town in your convertible, the skyscrapers suddenly slant diagonally in your video. That's a rolling shutter effect.
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Mounted your GoPro camera upside down and forgot to switch modes? Shot video on your iPhone vertically? We added one great tiny little feature: Video Rotate. Because we've all been there.
Multi HD Video Format Support
Supports all popular camcorder formats. So whether it's your dad's old Sony Handycam, Mom's iPhone, or your rad new GoPro HERO3 Black Edition shooting in full 4K Cine...we've got you stabilized. Shoot in any format, and stabilize to industry standard H264 for sharing online.
Video stabilization in 3 axes, 6 degrees of motion is mathematical hell for the computer. That’s why we built in multi-core and multi-threaded support so it does not bog you down. We will run as fast as your PC allows, carefully stabilizing your precious video, pixel by pixel, frame by frame.