Deshaker 3.1 freeware
Deshaker is a video stabilizer for VirtualDub. It eliminates camera shakiness and makes panning, rotation and zooming smoother.
Stabilizes horizontal/vertical panning, rotation and zooming.
Works in 2 passes for optimal simulated camera motion.
Can use previous and future frames to fill in "black areas" caused by the stabilizing.
Optional motion vector video output during first pass.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||VirtualDub filter, video stabilizer, camera shakiness, VirtualDub, filter, stabilizer|
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|3.1||Jan 10, 2017||New Release||The process to calculate the smooth motion at the beginning of pass 2 (when it says "Deshaking...") now runs faster in many cases. The detected scenes are now processed individually and in parallel, and Adaptive zoom full is faster even if you just have a single scene.
Adaptive zoom full now often manages to zoom in slightly less than before.
You can now set a mask color that will make pass 1 ignore the masked area, and make pass 2 fill the area in the same way borders are filled. Read more under the 'Use color mask' setting above.
Soft borders are now enabled by default if Previous and future frames to fill in borders is enabled (because it generally looks better).
Changed the pixel aspect ratio presets slightly (again). Now, I've settled for the ratios that most people seem to agree on; 59/54 for PAL and 10/11 for NTSC.
|2.7||Jun 8, 2011||New Release||· Changed the way the size of the initial block was calculated, to make it more consistent. As a side effect, this meant that for certain settings (such as the default ones) and certain video sizes (such as interlaced 720x576 and interlaced 720x480), pass 1 would run a lot slower than before.|