Request script/little software that can detect shaky parts from videos

adrian-oli wrote on 9/10/2019, 9:56 AM

I would like to request a script/little software(I pay for it) that can work inside Magix Vegas Pro 15/17 that can auto-detect shaky parts of a video and place markers at these places, it would be great if someone could to this and tell me a price, if this is not possible I have another way to make this work and I explained it better in a 1 minute video:

Thank you

 

 

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fr0sty wrote on 9/10/2019, 5:04 PM

what would the end result be, as in, what would those markers be used for?

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adrian-oli wrote on 9/11/2019, 2:27 AM

what would the end result be, as in, what would those markers be used for?

Because I edit weddings it would help me to find faster the shaky parts from videos and cut the out where the markers are placed

3POINT wrote on 9/11/2019, 2:56 AM

I know a NLE (unfortunately not Vegas) who can analyze and mark seperately parts in a videoclip where zooming, panning, faces, speech, motion, shaky video or poor lightning is detected. After the analyze it's easy to cut, for example, the parts out where shakiness was detected. The only disadvantage is that there is no way to set the sensivity of shakiness detection, so only really shaky parts will be detected.

Sylk wrote on 9/11/2019, 4:43 AM

what would the end result be, as in, what would those markers be used for?

Because I edit weddings it would help me to find faster the shaky parts from videos and cut the out where the markers are placed

@adrian-oli

Wait, You plan to publish weddings video without watch them?? You know, shakes are not the worst things you can see on video with many people...

Software:
[OS]  : Windows 10 Ent. x64 v1903 (18362.535)
[NLE] : Vegas Pro 17.0 (Build 321) // (Build 284 if posted before 9/24/19)
[DRV] : Studio 431.86 (Display, PhysX, HD Audio) // (Game Ready 436.15 if posted before 9/24/19)
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[GPU] : Gainward GeForce GTX 1080 Phoenix GLH
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[RAM] : 16GB (4x 4GB GSkill Ripjaws X DDR3 1600MHz 9-9-9-24) @1333MHz
[SSD] : Samsung 860 Pro 1TB
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[PSU] : Corsair HX750
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[DSP1]: 30" DELL UltraSharp U3011 @2560x1600
[DSP2]: 26" iiyama ProLite E2607WS @1920x1200

[UPS] : Eaton 5PX 2200i RT

[CAM] : GoPro Hero8/4/3 Black. Apple iPhone 6S.

 

Dexcon wrote on 9/11/2019, 6:39 AM

Because I edit weddings it would help me to find faster the shaky parts from videos and cut the out where the markers are placed

Hopefully a shaky part wouldn't happen on the "I do!" moment - I wouldn't imagine that the clients would be all that happy to have that part cut out. Where there might be some shakiness especially on important scenes, surely a better approach is to attempt to salvage the footage with stabilisation on the shaky part. If you're recording in 4K and delivering in HD or less, then there's plenty or opportunity to zoom in on the stabilised video and insert it in to the project as an apparently differently framed shot.

I'm sure you have your reasons for doing what you want to do, but it does seem to me a bit like 'auto-pilot' editing.

adrian-oli wrote on 9/11/2019, 11:32 AM

I know a NLE (unfortunately not Vegas) who can analyze and mark seperately parts in a videoclip where zooming, panning, faces, speech, motion, shaky video or poor lightning is detected. After the analyze it's easy to cut, for example, the parts out where shakiness was detected. The only disadvantage is that there is no way to set the sensivity of shakiness detection, so only really shaky parts will be detected.


Which is the program? I'm curious to see how it reacts?

 

adrian-oli wrote on 9/11/2019, 11:33 AM

what would the end result be, as in, what would those markers be used for?

Because I edit weddings it would help me to find faster the shaky parts from videos and cut the out where the markers are placed

@adrian-oli

Wait, You plan to publish weddings video without watch them?? You know, shakes are not the worst things you can see on video with many people...


I don't plan to do that, I do watch and edit the wedding, I just have my won process and that helps me

adrian-oli wrote on 9/11/2019, 11:35 AM

Because I edit weddings it would help me to find faster the shaky parts from videos and cut the out where the markers are placed

Hopefully a shaky part wouldn't happen on the "I do!" moment - I wouldn't imagine that the clients would be all that happy to have that part cut out. Where there might be some shakiness especially on important scenes, surely a better approach is to attempt to salvage the footage with stabilisation on the shaky part. If you're recording in 4K and delivering in HD or less, then there's plenty or opportunity to zoom in on the stabilised video and insert it in to the project as an apparently differently framed shot.

I'm sure you have your reasons for doing what you want to do, but it does seem to me a bit like 'auto-pilot' editing.


Hi, you are definitely right but the weedings are always shoot from 2-3 camera so no worries for cutting out on the shaky part but anyway, thank you!