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Free Video stabilizer?

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Hi, I am looking or a safe and FREE software to fix a shaky video of my daughters
competition. It is important to her and the video is just too shaky to be viewed properly.

Any advice would be great, thanks.

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Second post here sums it up:

[quote name='"http://videomaker.com/community/forums/topic/shaky-video-fix"']If you're exceedingly patient, in theory you could use your editing software to go in frame by frame, and adjust every frame so that the picture was stable, but this method would take forever. Seriously, there are 30 frames per second, and even if you could move with lightning speed and do one frame every four seconds (I don't think I could do that), you'd be looking at two hours of non-stop editing just to stabilize one minute of video.[/quote]

A lot depends realistically on how bad the shake is. No piece of software will fix anything that's badly focused, zoomed in and out and looks like it was done while the guy filming it was drunk (I'm not saying that whoever filmed it was drunk at the time, please understand).
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