Detail instructional video how to use a free open source video stabilization software #Gyroflow to stabilize shaky drone video footage.
Project: https://github.com/ElvinC/gyroflow by @ElvinC
Gyroflow 0.3.x-beta- Video stabilization using gyroscope data targeting drone footage. A program built around Python, OpenCV, and PySide2 for video stabilization using gyroscope data.
The project consists of three core parts: A utility for the generation of lens un-distortion preset, a utility for stabilizing footage using gyro data, and a utility for stretching 4:3 video to 16:9 using non-linear horizontal stretching (similar to GoPro’s superview).The main goal of creating something that can stabilize footage based on black-box gyro data has mostly been achieved.
Moving forwards, more work will be done to improve the quality of the result.The launcher containing all the utilities is available by executing gyroflow.py if all the dependencies are met. Otherwise a binary can be found over in releases. Also, check out the wiki where there’s some more information about the camera calibration and video stabilization process.
Below is a direct comparison between Gyroflow and RAW Gopro session with separate gyro data in the FPV drone black-box. And also an example what you can do with free open source video stabilization software Gyroflow. Would you pay $99 for Reelsteady GO software? Please comment down below what you think.
Here’s another autumn flow with my 5″ FPV freestyle drone. Image captured by GoPro Session using 4:3 aspect ratio @ 1440p resolution and then stabilized by Gyroflow 0.3.0-beta software.