There are three methods available to stabilize videos captured by the QooCam EGO. In this article, we will focus on the most straightforward approach: In-Camera Stabilization.
Single Video Stabilization
Once you've accessed the [Album] in the camera, you'll be able to locate the videos that require stabilization and process them individually or in bulk. Let's begin by discussing the process of handling them one by one. Locate the desired video that you wish to stabilize and click on the "..." button located in the lower right corner.
Click "Rectification & Anti-shake" and then the system will rectify and stabilize this video.
Stabilize in Batch
After entering the [album], click the button in the upper left corner to enter the [file list].
After entering the [file list], click the button in the upper right corner to enter the [multi-selection state].
Select the files to be stabilized.
Tap the [stabilize] button at the bottom.
Start to enter the [Anti-shake Processing] state.
After the anti-shake is completed, click the [confirm] button.
The camera will produce two new video files that have been stabilized. You will notice the presence of an anti-shake logo displayed in the lower right corner of each file.
Convenient in-camera processing eliminates the need for external software.
Ensure sufficient remaining capacity on the SD card.
Difficult to distinguish which videos have been stabilized when exporting them to the computer. (Although it is possible to compare file names and timestamps, it lacks intuitiveness.)