YouTube Brings stabilisation to Wobbly Videos With New Editing Tool


SAN BRUNO, Calif — While videos uploaded by camera phones to YouTube can be entertaining and authoritative, they can be awfully wobbly. A new tool from the YouTube allows video producers to smooth out the shakiness.

The improved stabilisation feature is perhaps the most significant of the new set of online editing tools unveiled by YouTube last month.  (The first version of the stabilisation tool was introduced in March.)

For an overview on the updated editing tools, we visited the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California last week for this interview with Jason Toff, Product Manager.

Andy Plesser

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