Providing a Boost of Video Stability
Assuming that most unstable video during intense action scenes is caused by unwanted shakiness, Imint’s Vidhance Action Stabilization technology pushes the limits of how much stabilization can be applied to video.
“Imagine recording video while you play with your children in the yard or compete in your first 5K. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to hold the camera steady in these situations,” said Imint CTO Johan Svensson.
Vidhance Action Stabilization – which is already integrated in several flagship smartphones – can manipulate more of the original video, resulting in stabilization on-par with or exceeding that of dedicated action cameras. It’s an important milestone for Imint, considering the growing popularity of action video.
“With Vidhance Action Stabilization, users can be as active as they desire without worrying about capturing unsteady video,” explained Svensson. “Recording stable video becomes easy while riding a bike down a beautiful country road or skiing down a mountain with family and friends, ensuring that life’s memorable moments – even when they’re on-the-go – are captured.”
The consumer demand for action stabilization technology is growing rapidly, and now is an opportune time for smartphone manufacturers to jump on the bandwagon. Consumers have become increasingly savvy in how they utilize their smartphones, expect more sophistication from their smartphone applications, and rely increasingly on video as an effective mode of communication.
“This year, action stabilization has been moved off the drawing board and into production as a huge selling feature in smartphones,” added Svensson. It’s the latest craze among consumers, a great differentiator for smartphone manufacturers, and we’re providing the technology to leverage better results.”
Learn more about our innovative Vidhance Action Stabilization solution here. For more information on how to implement Action Stabilization and other Vidhance video stabilization technologies into smartphones, contact us here.