Google Photos can now stabilize your shaky videos

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Google has made its Google Photos better this week. The latest version of Google Photos will allow users to stabilize videos in just a single tap.

As per the report by Android Police, Google began working on this feature last year in August and it took around 8 months to bring this feature.

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Google Photos can now stabilize your shaky videos

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You just need to update your Google Photos app to get this option. Once you are on the newest version, go to edit by tapping on pen icon and then look for stabilizing button at the bottom left.

The stabilization will take time depending on the clip size. For short clips, it will take few seconds and the time will be high for longer clips. As the process is being done on the software level, you will not see the stabilization that you get with hardware stabilization, but it still makes a different.

You can see the video added below and check how this feature stabilizes the shaky video. You can download the latest version of Google Photos from Google Play and start using this feature.

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