Google Explains Their Technique For Video Stabilization In The Pixel 2

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    While Google may be catching a bad rap for the display tech featured on the Pixel 2 XL there is no denying that they have managed to produce the best cameras ever to be featured on a smartphone. One of the main features of those cameras is the ability to record super stable video. Google explained their technique for video stabilization on these devices.

    Motion blur from hand shakiness and rolling shutter distortion along with focus breathing are a few things that Google decided to focus on with the 2nd generation of Pixel cameras. Most camera use either OIS or EIS to stabilize images and video. Google decided to use both. The whole solution for stabilization is explained in the thread below. The algorithm used here seems pretty advanced and definitely results in higher quality stable video.

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