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Exporting movies not coming out well


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Hoping someone out there can help me out. I took some videos a few months ago with my new Samsung HD video recorder.... I uploaded the video onto my MAC and turned stabalization on. I am trying to export the video now and every time I do, the footage has a substantial amount of "shaking" that isn't there when I watch it in imovie.

Help!!!! This is video of my brand new baby and means the world to me that I get it back...

Thanks in advance for your responses.
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Go over this tutorial on the stabilization feature, and make sure you applied all the steps.

iMovie '11: Stabilize video motion
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I have found that in some instances the stabilization feature in iMovie can actually make the shakiness worse...I would give it a go without analyzing or stabilizing and seeing if your results are acceptable...
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