Hoping this is the right place to ask this and that what Im asking isn't nonsense.
I record some top down videos of board games, the camera is on a boom arm fastened in place overhead pointing down (I can't work out a better way to do that at the moment but it works for now and isn't the main issue of this question anywho...), the boards in question have a white grid on them and when I edit and produce the footage I find afterwards that the lines seem to wobble, see here for an example of what I mean if you scroll to 6.47 (as a random point without things obscuring the view).
I'm wondering what the cause might be and if I can stop it happening.
I do have to use the distort tool in fcpx to drag out the edges and rotate things a bit as usually my camera is never centred on the board and so one end has a noticeable slant/narrowing to it as the camera is pointing at a slight angle, could that cause it and if so anyone have any tips or suggestions as to how I can ensure my camera is pointing square to the table? :/