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Found it nested and named video stabilization.

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Sorry that I have such a simple question, but I can't take the blame as the help instructions in PD16 are inaccurate.

Instructions:

Select a media file on the timeline and then click the Fix/Enhance button to apply instant fixes, such as lighting adjustments, lens correction, video/audio denoise, video stabilization, and more. In the Fix section, the following options are available:


Searching on the web, the tutorial page and even within the forums here, one doesn't find anything other than that capability for 360 videos if at all.


Could I be mistaken in thinking that PD16 has convential video image stabilization when it doesn't?

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Found it nested and named video stabilization.

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Sorry that I have such a simple question, but I can't take the blame as the help instructions in PD16 are inaccurate.

Instructions:

Select a media file on the timeline and then click the Fix/Enhance button to apply instant fixes, such as lighting adjustments, lens correction, video/audio denoise, video stabilization, and more. In the Fix section, the following options are available:


Searching on the web, the tutorial page and even within the forums here, one doesn't find anything other than that capability for 360 videos if at all.


Could I be mistaken in thinking that PD16 has convential video image stabilization when it doesn't?





PowerDirector does indeed have stabilization, though it is for video, not still images. The video stabilization feature works extremely well:


Just like the directions say, select a clip on the timeline so that it is highlighted, and then click on the "FIX/ENHANCE" option that appears just above the timeline. The window that pops up includes a check-able option in the upper left side called "Video Stabilizer". When you check on it, you can then select what level of stabilization you wish to achieve. Recommend using both additional options to further stabilize the video ("fix rotational shake" and "enhnaced stabilizer", which seems to fix what is known as roll effect).


Hope this helps


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