Video stabilization has been hiding in the background of Google Photos for a while, as pointed out by Android Police, but in this new update, it’s live for all.
This feature is pretty straightforward. To use it, open up a video, tap edit, and then simply tap on stabilize. From there, the app will stabilize the video frame-by-frame. For the most part, the process will take about as long as the length of the video itself, depending on resolution, frame rate, and of course, the power of your device. On my Pixel XL, it runs very quickly, even with videos shot on other devices… More at 9To5 Google.
Great to see this kind of feature managed in software.