FFmpeg Lands OpenCL-Powered Video Stabilization Filter
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 26 August 2019 at 07:37 AM EDT. 4 Comments
FFmpeg has landed a "deshake" OpenCL filter to its code-base to serve for video stabilization support.

The newest OpenCL-using component to FFmpeg is this video stabilization filter to try to remove the shakiness from any video recordings.

The OpenCL kernel simulates the behavior of a tripod and tries to eliminate any camera movement from the video.

There are various tunables for this "deshake_opencl" filter and those interested in learning more can do so via this FFmpeg commit.
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