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Since you've not accepted the other two answers (which I thought were very good) because they focus on motion blur and parallax/ perspective, I'm guessing that the "wobble" you're talking about due to the rolling shutter effect that CMOS sensors introduce to footage. In a nutshell, CMOS sensors scan an each frame of an exposure very quickly from top to ...


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The problem is that this is what the original footage looked like. While you can stabilize the objects themselves by tracking, you still have motion blur from the movement because the objects moved within the time each frame was being captured. Additionally, you also have perspective changes if the camera is moving in 3d space in addition to having the ...


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When a camera is recording video, it takes many still photographs per second. For each of these photographs, the camera opens its shutter (either mechanical or electronic), and allows light to hit the sensor for an amount of time. During this time, any object that moves, or any motion in the camera, is captured as motion blur. Imagine watching an athlete ...



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