Image Stabilization

             Any chance of seeing an image stabilization program included in the software? It would be great for those who use pocket cameras like the Flips.

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It would be great to see this feature in kdenlive.

At present I'm considering using Deshaker with Virtualdub (using XP in Virtualbox, I don't believe it runs under Wine yet) to stabilise my snowboarding videos, before bringing them into kdenlive to edit.

Andrew

Just to let everyone know - the Deshaker plugin for Virtualdub works perfectly under Wine 1.1.16.
It is really easy to stablise a video, I just followed this quick guide

Codec support could be a bit of an issue, but this does offer a solution for stabilising shaky video clips, which can then be passed in to kdenlive for final editing.

I would love to see something like Deshaker as a plugin for kdenlive.

It would be great to see this feature in kdenlive.

I realise this is a long shot...but..

What about developing some sort of AviSynth/VirtualDub wrapper, so that these filters could be used in kdenlive.
That would open up a huge amount of filters to kdenlive, including Deshaker:

http://neuron2.net/mine.html

http://avisynth.org/warpenterprises/

http://neuron2.net/hosted.html

Although to be fair, Deshaker still requires two passes and is quite a manual process (although this gives it a lot of power), whereas it would be nice to have image stabilisation similar to iMovie, which is dead easy to use.

Andrew

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+1 for image stabilization feature and can anyone here make head or tail of the Frei0r plugins, or point me at a resource that shows what each does, how good a job a plugin does, I've searched this site and Googled but find nothing but obscure bugfix stuff and a wacky Piksl site. :-)

My comment here:
http://www.kdenlive.org/forum/image-stabilization-0

Smoothly-animated pan and zoom is a pre-requisite.