You took a video of kid crawling through some maze while crawling with her. The result is really shaky video with several wild rotations of camera. Like you started the recording as horizontal, and then somehow in the middle of route you change it to vertical and then back again. So rotate whole video by 90° is not sufficient at all.
Recently I saw same impressive shaking removal, where shaking was ~30° and yet the program was able to stabilize it and only the boundaries of video was witness of wild recording.
Can someone recommend any software to achieve this? I can manually assist with orientation of several frames, but I cannot orient thousands of them.
- Preferably free solution on Linux, optionally Windows
- small price for SW capable of doing so; say up to 50$?
But I'd really like to give a shot to variety of tools, and compare which does it best. So far I cannot even find out which SW can do all of that (ie. removing wild multiple rotations + shake removal)