The big question is this: Why would you buy a standalone stabilization tool or plug-in when you've already got an NLE that probably has a stabilization plug-in built into it for free? That's the question I asked myself, so I decided to test it out after an invitation came from proDAD. My initial tests were pretty impressive. I'll walk you through those tests later in this review. It runs outside of any other software, independently, which is its biggest strength. You start by importing clips by navigating to the Import button shown at the top left of the main window, or simply dragging clips onto the left column, as you can see I've already done in Figure 1 below. Figure 1. Click one the vertical or horizontal option shown in Figure 2 below to choose a split-screen mode and compare your source and analyzed clips vertically or side by side. Figure 2. Preview options At the bottom of the screen, you have a filmstrip view Figure 3, below where you can scrub through your footage and set in and out points. Figure 3.
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