muvee Releases Turbo Video Stabilizer; Software Fixes Shaky Videos in 3 Axes for Consumer Hand Held Videos

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Turbo Video Stabilizer is the fastest video stabilization software for ultimate video shake removal and rolling shutter correction for GoPro and action camcorder videos.

Video stabilization is now a required step in my workflow for all my GoPro videos that I put out there,” said Terence Swee, CEO of muvee and Ironman triathlete.

muvee, the pioneer and leader in automatic movie making software and services, today announced the launch of Turbo Video Stabilizer, the second product added to the Turbo suite of products created specifically to support HD videos from the popular GoPro line of cameras.

With the rise of popularity in Point of Video (POV) mounted HD camcorders and the ability to shoot HD video from any angle and on the move, post-capture video stabilization software is becoming a must-have for videos in this category. Turbo Video Stabilizer removes the shakes, jitters, and jellos often seen in videos shot from hand-held camcorders, or from cameras like the GoPro when mounted on a moving and vibrating object, like a motorcycle, or snowboard.

In addition to video shake removal, the stabilization program also allows users to rotate their video and also automatically fix artifacts usually found in videos from camcorders that use CMOS sensors, commonly called Rolling Shutter Correction.

Featuring the most advanced image stabilization engine in its class, Turbo Video Stabilizer supports all popular HD formats and is tuned to correct camera movements and shakes in all the 6 motions found in the 3 axes. It is also the fastest, with multi-core and multi-threaded support to take advantage of today’s modern computer platforms.

Key Features:

  •     Revolutionary 3-axes video stabilization engine independently models the X, Y and Z camera axes and also analyzes for the pitch, yaw and rotational moments in the camera motion. It corrects all 6 motions found in hand held videos.
  •     Intuitive interface with single click functionality.
  •     Smoothes irregular pan or zoom shots, making videos look like they are shot professionally on a dolly.
  •     Powerful rolling shutter fix algorithm to fix CMOS sensor video artifacts.
  •     Video rotate ensures video shot upside down or vertically can be corrected.
  •     Supports all popular HD camcorder formats.
  •     Direct upload to Facebook, YouTube, and muvee Cloud.

“I am a huge GoPro user, and the videos I shoot give me a headache when I watch them. You can’t worry about camera shakes when you are blasting downhill on your bike, but you don’t have to subject everyone to that distraction. Video stabilization is now a required step in my workflow for all my GoPro videos that I put out there,” said Terence Swee, CEO of muvee and Ironman triathlete.

muvee tapped technology partners in Germany for the stabilizer engine, and combined with over ten years of product and user testing expertise, designed Turbo Video Stabilizer around the needs of GoPro and other mounted action camera users.

Turbo Video Stabilizer is available for a free 3 day trial here at An introductory price of $19.99 is offered for a one-time license, or $9.99 per year which includes free updates and all upgrades. An example of video corrected using muvee Turbo Video Stabilizer can be found here:

About muvee
Since 2001, muvee has been developing software and services featuring patented technology that lets people create and share professional-quality instant home movies out of unedited video, photos and music. muvee develops consumer products for a range of platforms and devices including PCs, Online (, digital cameras, mobile phones and photo kiosks. muvee’s global customers include HP, Dell, Nokia, LG, Samsung, Sony, Olympus, Nikon and Creative Technology.

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