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I have fluorescence recording from population of neurons sample video on youtube. The problem is that camera had vibrations making each frame shifts a little in x-y direction. Additionally recording has noise but that will improve.

I am looking for a open-source solution to correct such a shift. The open-source nature is mandatory so that I can extend it to my requirements later. I am comfortable with python, c/c++, java and Haskell. So a solution in any of these languages would be OK but preference is for python.

In case the application is closed-source but free of cost, the I/O format should not be propriety.

I/O formats

  • Any format which ffmpeg/opencv can read on linux platform (ubuntu/openSUSE) e.g. tiff, avi, mp4, mkv
  • Output - In addition to common video/image formats, I am also ok with hdf5, npy, and python pickle format.

Potential candidates

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    Would you mind showing a small sample of your files, to make sure what data you have? Thanks! – Nicolas Raoul Oct 11 '16 at 5:11
  • Also what input & output formats are you looking at - is the input a singe video file or multiple still images & should the output be a single video or multiple position corrected images. – Steve Barnes Oct 11 '16 at 5:14
  • Added a sample video and some more information. – Dilawar Oct 11 '16 at 9:53
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Thanks to code posted here, I managed to cook-up my own application. It is written in c++ and uses opencv and libtiff. The performance is very good. See the results here.

The application is hosted on github https://github.com/dilawar/video_stabilizer.

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