Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help

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Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help LayProne 7/17/12 7:07 PM
 Well, I upload gaming videos frequently and Youtube has a thing that says they detected my videos to be shaky and that they could fix them. So me being me and being unaware of how unfortunate this would turn out said ok! :( Now almost all of my recent videos, more like all of my recent videos are messed up! My channel is Youtube.com/LayingProne if you look at my newest videos they are all terrible now and I can't just re-upload all of these videos as much as I'd like to. I do not have all the videos, I do not want to loose my views on the video, comments, likes, ect. Also I do not have the time to do this, so please is there anyway I can save my videos, it would mean a lot to me if anyone could help me!
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help LayProne 7/17/12 8:16 PM
Please anyone, this is going to ruin almost all of my best videos! Here is this to clear things up!

Well, here is the issue. I have been uploading videos recently and the past couple weeks when I upload my video it says something along the lines of "We have detected your video to be shaky" then it says would you like to fix this? So of course I click yes, but that's where I went wrong, now my videos are really messed up, camera sways zooms in and out, all sorts of rubbish that was most likely not there from the start, I'm sorry but this is really saddening to me considering how much time and effort goes into my videos, my channel is Youtube.com/LayingProne check any of the most recent videos they're all messed up, is there anyway to fix this, it would be greatly appriciated.

Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help JDoors 7/18/12 4:13 AM
If you go to the YouTube editor and the option to discard the edited version is not there any more you must re-upload the video.
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Magic Tricks 7/18/12 9:18 AM
Hey, Lay Prone, there's an option if you go to Enhancements called "Revert to Original"

Also, just a tip, I recommend you save your video files on your computer, so that if anything happens, you can re-upload, etc.  

Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help magerch1 7/26/12 12:41 AM
Magic Tricks,

Our videos suffered the same fate as LayProne's except we have backup copies.

Where is the enhancements option?

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Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help ebbixx 7/26/12 11:54 PM
It's a very strange feature when you think about it. High-level editors like Vegas or Finale only started offering stabilization a year or so ago. And it's clear to anyone who's tried using it on pro-level tools, where you have the option to tweak, and to stabilize only specific clips, rather than an entire video, that this is a last-ditch option for salvaging disastrously shaky video that for some reason needs to be used in the project anyway (say, an image of an event that could only happen (and be recorded) once... think explosions, building demolitions, amateur footage of a shocking event in public, etc.

I can't think of any cases where any sane person would want to use this feature in application to an entire video, but that doesn't stop YouTube marketeering muppets from adding some happyspeak nonsense suggesting everyone try to screw up their video by trying the "neat feature."  :facepalm:
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Chester5 8/1/12 12:40 PM
I totally agree - it's terrile youtube is pushing this as if it's an "improvement".  There's no way they can account for things like rolling shutter, scene changes, etc.  If done locally it's different.

Furthermore their stabilizer re-encodes the video causing loss.  

I don't mind them having it but the way they've been "selling" it as a way to improve videos is quite annoying.  Sucks to find a video I want to watch only to have it ruined by an instagram quality effect....
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Videodave2 8/1/12 2:21 PM
On Wednesday, August 1, 2012 3:40:12 PM UTC-4, Chester5 wrote:

Furthermore their stabilizer re-encodes the video causing loss.  

In all fairness, that is pretty much how any stabilizing software works, but if it is only over a few pixels, it is not highly noticeable.

I don't mind them having it but the way they've been "selling" it as a way to improve videos is quite annoying. 

Right it should only be applied to a short section of video, if your entire video is that way, it would probably still be better to break it up and apply to the pieces. 
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help ebbixx 8/1/12 9:22 PM
On Wednesday, August 1, 2012 5:21:47 PM UTC-4, Videodave2 wrote:
On Wednesday, August 1, 2012 3:40:12 PM UTC-4, Chester5 wrote:

Furthermore their stabilizer re-encodes the video causing loss.  

In all fairness, that is pretty much how any stabilizing software works, but if it is only over a few pixels, it is not highly noticeable.

The few times I've previewed changes using this the impact has been way over a few pixels. Usually I wind up a little seasick. and lose an estimated 20% if not more of the original pixel space.  I wouldn't call 20% a "few" pixels, and I think my estimate is generous. Granted, were I to apply the Vegas stabilization filters in the same wholesale fashion, the loss would be similar. But I would never consider doing that for anything I actually wanted anyone to watch.

Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Videodave2 8/2/12 4:01 AM
On Thursday, August 2, 2012 12:22:55 AM UTC-4, ebbixx wrote:

The few times I've previewed changes using this the impact has been way over a few pixels. Usually I wind up a little seasick. and lose an estimated 20% if not more of the original pixel space.  I wouldn't call 20% a "few" pixels, and I think my estimate is generous. Granted, were I to apply the Vegas stabilization filters in the same wholesale fashion, the loss would be similar.

That was my point, I would never apply stabilization unless the realignment is going to be only a few pixels.
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help ebbixx 8/2/12 5:13 AM
Glad you clarified. it was easy to misread that you might have been implying that YouTube's stabilizer was doing miracles, like modifying only a few pixels.
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help paulgr 8/2/12 9:23 AM
Stabilization on a videogame clip is NEVER a good idea. The game is presented the way it's suppose to be seen. Any shakiness is by design. The stabilizer will zoom in to each frame and try to line up the subsequent frames to a jumpy focus point near the center. Any stable parts like background, stats, text, etc., THEN BECOME THE SHAKY PARTS. The zooming, twisting and the re-encoding combine to give an awful result, especially for game footage.
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help MSWindowsinside 8/3/12 3:46 AM
You should discard it, that's how simple it is
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help BugTube 8/12/12 3:23 AM
And the greatest part! If you decline for the youtube to fix your shakiness i.e. completely destroy your video game gameplays... Then it COMPLETELY DELETES your video and when you got to the link it gives for your newly uploaded video, it says you, the user, has deleted the video! have fun reuploading for another 3 hrs!!!
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Videodave2 8/12/12 4:34 AM
On Sunday, August 12, 2012 6:23:13 AM UTC-4, blister122 wrote:
If you decline for the youtube to fix your shakiness i.e. completely destroy your video game gameplays... Then it COMPLETELY DELETES your video

Has anyone else ever had that happen? I only can say from experience, I always decline that "favor" and never have seen any further consequences.   
 
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Videodave2 8/12/12 6:19 AM
@blister122

I see that you have started a couple threads with your claim of deleted videos. Just to see if anything had changed (a new glitch), I uploaded a little shaky video and no, declining the fix did nothing. Maybe your glitch was momentary, try making a very short shaky video so there isn't hours to wait for upload and see if it still happens. Pay close attention to exactly what you do, are you sure that you are simply ignoring the option and doing nothing else?


Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help ebbixx 8/12/12 7:03 AM
Also wondering whether this isn't part of the current snafu with the Video Editor itself. Right now, for many users, at least, anything sent to the editor is going to wind up in limbo until the processing delays reported on the 2nd or 3rd of August are actually resolved.

FURTHERMORE, on the deletion of videos -- the "deleted by user" message that blister122 is mentioning -- this is more likely one of those situations where YouTube's resumable upload feature has come back to bite you. Did you (blister122) try to upload the same file at any point, and perhaps have the upload fail? What seems to be happening for quite a few users is that they attempt to upload, delete the failed upload, and when they try to reupload anew,YouTube identifies it as the same video from before, and tries to restart the old upload.

But because the user may have already deleted the first part that uploaded, once YouTube is done processing, you wind up with this message. It's definitely a very confusing situation. Trying to explain it gives me headaches.
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help vwestlife 8/13/12 2:54 PM
I posted a video containing a still image with music and YouTube gave me that message "We detected that your video may be shaky. Would you like us to fix that?"

How can a totally STILL image, with no movement during the entire video, be "shaky"?

There needs to be some option to permanent turn off these "helpful hints" because they are quickly becoming as annoying as that talking paper clip that Microsoft Office used to have!

Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Chester5 8/13/12 4:08 PM
Agreed and they make unsuspecting people ruin their videos.  I come across vids all the time now that are warped etc cause there's no way their instagram style "deshaker" can account for rolling shutter etc....plus it re-encodes I believe (Re: further quality loss)....yaya

Just stop pushing it on people and it wouldn't be a big deal.....or word it differently....
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Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help ebbixx 8/14/12 7:19 AM
On Monday, August 13, 2012 8:29:55 PM UTC-4, jamesallen4u wrote:
There is  a way to shut off suggestions for YouTube video, it is located in Settings > Channel Settings > Defaults.

Thanks for pointing that out. Somewhere along the way I forgot I'd found that. I'd been wondering why I was no longer seeing that junk. 
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help efron's girl 10/2/12 11:39 AM
OMG. That was so helpful! My original videos were back to normal. I had to panic coz I put some watermarks on the bottom right side of my videos and they are shaking after I clicked on the enhancements. THANK YOU SO MUCH. :)
Re: Is there a way to take a way the "Shaky video filter" thing Youtube suggests? I really need help Nani DmC 2/19/13 8:08 PM
Thank you very much
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