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Try QtCAM - An Open Source Webcam application for devices supported by UVC driver or any V4L2 compatible device. You can see the preview directly on your laptop. Their updated version has support for all USB cameras and you could download the source code from GitHub.


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I did find a product called Calypso by Haivision http://www.haivision.com/products/record-stream/calypso I've spoken with their tech support and they claim it can do the time sync functionality I desire. I recognize this product will be out of the price range for some looking for the same sort of thing. The multiscreener app screaming drills mentions ...


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Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro X can. Final Cut is particularly good at this. Look up multicam FCPX for some demos.


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If you don't mind learning, Blender is a free open source project that you can use to create 3D animation, special effects, tracking, non linear video editing, compositing, etc... I haven't used After Effects as suggested before, but I'm sure Blender can accomplish the same and it's free.


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MoviePy looks less intimidating than other scripting languages. It may be easier to script your time tag cutting tool with it. http://zulko.github.io/moviepy/


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FFMpeg's vid.stab filter is configurable. Crank up the time-scale and even slow global motion should get stabilized. You have to run it as a 2-pass process: detect, and then stabilize. If you're going to do more with the video later, after stabilizing, output to a lossless format and then point your other tools at that.


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FFMpeg's vid.stab filter works well. You have to run it as a 2-pass process: detect, and then stabilize. If you're going to do more with the video later, after stabilizing, output to a lossless format and then point your other tools at that.


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Adobe premiere and After effects have a stabilizer plugin with that does what you want. These are commercial applications. The free Da vinci resolve lite also has a "stabilize option" (but I have never tried personally)


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Another option to try is Prodad Mercalli - a standalone application with some very cool features, such as CMOS correction. Contains many built-in presets for action cameras. Not cheap, though.


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Adobe premiere and After effects have a stabilizer plugin with a "no motion" setting that does what you want. These are commercial applications. The free Da vinci resolve lite also has a "stabilize option" (but I have never tried personally)


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You would want to use after effects if you want to animate sketches and graphics in flexible ways.



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