Video in Premier & Intro to Muse
The next thing we want to look at is using Premiere Pro to stabilize our video. So let's take a look at a couple of pieces of footage that I have for you here. I'm gonna open them up in quick time, player, and I've got the stabilized version in a non stabilized version. So here's the non stabilized version. This is one of those GoPro, um, cameras on top of a helicopter situation and sand in San Diego on Coronado Beach. I think corn on a beach so you can see it's pretty jerky, right? Who? The only thing when you stabilize video like this in Premiere Pro. Is there some cropping that happens, just like when you stitch a panorama together in order for the program toe to match up all the pieces and parts. Then things were moved around a little bit, and you'll lose some areas around, you know, mainly the top or the bottom. That's gonna happen with us with this image stabilization to. But if it's crucial video, it may not be, you know that may not be a deal breaker for you. So now let's take ...