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Lesson 11. Advanced Compositing > Tracking: Stabilization

Tracking: Stabilization

Shake's Stabilize function uses a process called motion tracking. This technique involves selecting a particular region of an image and analyzing its motion over time. Once analyzed, the motion data is inverted and applied to the clip, causing it to become stable.

Shake has three tracking nodes: Tracker, Stabilize, and MatchMove. Tracker is a generic generator of an unlimited amount of tracking curves and is useful for passing these curves to the transform nodes. Stabilize removes bounce or jitter from a clip and can generate up to four trackers to be used in position, scaling, and/or rotational stabilization. MatchMove can track up to four points and apply the tracked motion of one clip to another. In this exercise, you will be using Stabilize, but the functionality is very similar between all of the tracking nodes.


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