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Is there any downside to having Youtube "stabilize" a shaky video?


Youtube sometimes offers to stabilize a shaky video that one uploads. Is there any loss to the video in any way by doing this? Sometimes a video is such a precious memory, that you would rather have it "shaky" than having anything lost from it. Any thoughts on those that know more about this?

 

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