How to stabilize shaky footage in After Effects

Video content is increasingly in demand; with the explosion of web content, nearly every product needs its own mini-documentary or web clip. Getting smooth footage used to be the purview of professional videographers and VFX artists only. But those days are at an end.

With the tools available with After Effects CC and Premiere CC, both of which come with Adobe's Creative Cloud, there is now a range of tools that can stabilize your footage and give you professional results really quickly. Even if you've never shot video before, it's worth checking out these tools, which can open up a range of new creative possibilities.

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