Video stabilization software is an essential tool for people who want to create great quality videos, either for personal or professional use. It helps to remove that shakiness you often get when using handheld devices like smartphones to record videos, making your clips and home movies look more stable and professional.
Even though fixing shaky footage is possible, you shouldn’t expect miracles because if your footage contains too many cameras shakes these online video stabilizers won’t be able to produce perfectly stable footage in every shot. On the other hand, if your video clips contain only a moderate amount of shaky footage the following video stabilizers will help you create smooth videos.
Let’s have a look at how you can stabilize your videos with these free online video stabilizers.
|Movavi Video Editor Plus||Windows, Mac||Free trial, $39.95 for a 1-year license, $59.95 for a lifetime license||Video stabilization|
|Pinnacle Studio||Windows||$99.95 – Lifetime||Advanced editing|
|AVS Video Editor||Windows||Free trial, $39 – 1 year, $59 – Lifetime||Ease of use|
|iMovie||Mac, iOS||Free||Free stabilization on Apple devices|
|VideoProc||Windows, Mac||Free version, $29.95 – 1 year, $37.95 – Lifetime||Stabilizing 4K videos|
|VideoStudio Ultimate||Windows||Free trial, $54.99 – Lifetime||Adding filters to videos|
|Arcsoft Video Stabilizer||Windows||Free||Stabilizing home movies|
|Windows Movie Maker||Windows||Free||Stabilization on Windows devices|
|Final Cut Pro||Mac||Free trial, $299.99 – Lifetime||Professional editing on Mac|
|Emulsio||iOS||Free (in-app purchases)||Stabilization and editing on iPads and iPhones|
|Deshake||iOS||$2.99 – Lifetime||Automatic stabilization on iOS|
|VideoPad||Windows, Mac, Android, iOS||Free version, $39.95 – Lifetime||Stabilization across all major platforms|
|Beecut||iOS||Free||Creating social media content|
|Videorama||iOS||Free (in-app purchases)||Instagram videos|
|Magisto Video Editor||iOS||Free (in-app purchases)||Content creators|