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Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 4:02 pm
by RonC55
I just searched for the terms 'deshake' and then, 'stabilize' on this forum and got zero hits -- a surprise -- so if I'm on the wrong sub-forum, 8-) please direct me to the right place.

If this is the right place, my first question:
:?: What's the best way to go about stabilization/deshaking with the latest version 2.2.0?

I have read you can add plugins just be dropping the right .xml file into the /effects folder.

The linked advice is a few years old, but I can find nothing more recent, so I'm wondering if it still applies to the now-current version.

Second question:
:?: Is it best to search for an .xml file for vid.stab (is there a download link, anywhere?) which presumably would then appear in the effects menu, or do you get a superior result by doing the stabilization with virtual dub running under wine?

Third question:
:?: I (think I) am running vid.stab from terminal with the transcode-transform-stabiilze commands and parameters, and this allows two-pass stabilization. If I succeed in adding vid.stab to the OpenShot menu, I am guessing this would allow only single-pass stabilization? If I'm incorrect please let me know and also tell me how double-pass would be implemented in this circumstance.

Any other suggestions, as to how other OpenShot users are now doing this, given the capabilities of the recently-released v2.2.0?

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 10:24 am
by XXLRay
This option of adding effects is not available for Openshot 2.x. Openshot 1.x never allowed for multi pass effects.

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:15 pm
by RonC55
8-) Thanks! Now all is clear.

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 9:43 am
by marianomarini
Would you explain to me what "multi pass effect" is? Maybe I could add it to LibreShot! :D

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:54 am
by XXLRay
In case of deshaking that means that you have an analysis pass to detect the shakiness and then a pass to remove the shakiness.

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:13 am
by marianomarini
XXLRay wrote:In case of deshaking that means that you have an analysis pass to detect the shakiness and then a pass to remove the shakiness.

And this is done through a plug-in that must be called twice?

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 1:46 am
by XXLRay
I am not sure how the call is done but here are different documentations:

https://www.mltframework.org/plugins/FilterDeshake/

https://www.mltframework.org/plugins/Fi ... r-deshake/

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 4:33 pm
by marianomarini
XXLRay wrote:I am not sure how the call is done but here are different documentations:
https://www.mltframework.org/plugins/FilterDeshake/
https://www.mltframework.org/plugins/Fi ... r-deshake/

Thank. I'll give a look.

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:56 pm
by marianomarini
Ok. Now DeShake Effetc/Filter is in 1.4.x release.
I've not a clip to test it. Someone can do it?

Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:39 pm
by seanspotatobusiness
marianomarini wrote:Ok. Now DeShake Effetc/Filter is in 1.4.x release.
I've1 not a clip to test it. Someone can do it?


Was it taken out again? I don't see it.
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Re: Deshaking -- with the latest OpenShot v2.2.0

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 8:29 am
by marianomarini
This filter is only in LibreOffice version; a fork from OpenShot 1.4.x in the https://github.com/XXLRay/libreshot.git repository.