How to stabilize videos in Google Photos (in 2022)


How to stabilize videos in Google Photos

As you probably know, not all cameras included in Android mobile devices have the ability to stabilize the photos and videos that are captured, especially those low-end phones.

To prevent this from affecting the final quality of that type of content, many people use tripods when taking a photo or recording a videobecause this makes the mobile not move.

The problem is that you can’t always use a tripod to prevent the so-called “shake” say present in the videos. Fortunately, there are apps like Google Photos that allow you to stabilize videos in a simple and free way.

So you can stabilize a video from your mobile with Google Photos

Before we show you the steps you must take to be able to stabilize videos from your phone with Google Photos, you need to download this app. You can install it for free from the link below.

Link | Download Google Photos

With the app already downloaded and installed on your mobile, you will have to do this tutorial:

Choose video to stabilize Google Photos

  • The first step you have to do is open the Google Photos app from your Android mobile.
  • Once inside the app, you will have to select the video you want to stabilize.
  • Therefore, you must click on the option called “Edit” (bottom right of the screen).
  • A series of options will be displayed at the bottom of the video, click on the one that has the shape of a rectangle (next to “Export frame”).

Stabilize a video in Google Photos

  • Wait for Google Photos to stabilize the video (This process can take up to 20 minutes to complete, it all depends on how long the selected video is).
  • When the stabilization is finished, you must click on “Save copy”.
  • In a matter of seconds, Google Photos will save the stabilized video in the internal storage of your mobile.
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If the result you have obtained using this function of Google Photos has not convinced you, we recommend you download CapCut, this tool has a video stabilizer much more “professional”.