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    Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    What would be the best way to remove shakiness from video? I am fine with using CLI

    I found:

    - https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1875543 (without answer)
    - https://askubuntu.com/questions/1909...ation-software (uselessly ancient, I hope that something better was created in meantime, any new question would be closed as duplicate)
    - https://askubuntu.com/questions/2288...g-from-a-video managed to get answer before closure, but is missing info how can I actually install it
    - https://www.imakewebsites.ca/posts/2...-and-vid.stab/ mentions --enable-libvidstab But I get "unrecognized option '-enable-libvidstab'.
    - https://theswitch.boards.net/thread/...bilizing-shaky recommends adding random ppa and is for 18.04
    - https://video.stackexchange.com/ques...ation-on-linux deshake was not helpful at all, shakiness remained

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    Re: Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    See https://user-images.githubuserconten...3db99da7f2.mp4 for an example of what I want to unshake

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    Re: Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    '--enable-libvidstab' is not an option to ffmpeg but an option to 'configure' if you're installing ffmpeg from source. You can see what options were given at that stage by calling ffmpeg from the command line without any options or arguments. The ffmpeg in the repositories was compiled without that option.

    Holger

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    Re: Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    Shame deshake didn't work for you, I had good results with that on mountain bike footage.

    Try Blender, there are plenty of tutorials for stabilisation - using single or double point tracking IIRC. No reason that wouldn't work for your laser cutter footage

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    Re: Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    So, I've tried blender on your clip following this 6 minute tutorial and found some improvement. It still retains a bit of zoom, but I imagine that could be fixed by trying different markers, and playing with the autoscale setting.

    Here is the result.

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    Re: Video stabilisation for Ubuntu (deshaking), can be a CLI

    Quote Originally Posted by steve234 View Post
    So, I've tried blender on your clip following this 6 minute tutorial and found some improvement. It still retains a bit of zoom, but I imagine that could be fixed by trying different markers, and playing with the autoscale setting.

    Here is the result.
    Thank you very much! I used it on my site, it is good enough (and I probably should take a better video than with a potato quality smartphone).

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