I have a 3840x2160 MOV file taken with my EM1.II Olympus camera. It is a videoclip of a tiny bird taken in the wild without any aids. Hence, despite the good stabilization feature of the camera, the bird moves quite a bit along the frame. I want to stabilize the video USING LINUX ONLY (Fedora 35 fully updated).
I can crop A LOT, since the bird is quite small in the frame. Yet, the bird moves quite a bit in the frame, in a circle of around 800 pixels in diameter. But the video is not "blurred": the bird is fixed and sharp most of the time, thanks to the stabilization of the camera.
I tried to install Blender, but it does not run complaining about my old video card. I then tried Kdenlive without luck: the motion tracker effect was removed last year. So the natural clues I found in Google do not apply anymore.
Anyway, there should be a good way to stabilize the video using ffmpeg and other software. ffmpeg comes with a stabilization feature, but it only works for small movements, and my movements are not small at all.