Once you have stabilization working well and you're satisfied with the results, you can proceed to export the stabilized video file.
You can set the desired section of your video to be renderred by setting the Trim range on the timeline. You can use
okeys to set the start and end of the range you want to export.
You can enter the desired location and file name for the output file at the bottom of Gyroflow, in the
You can control the exported resolution here. If you want to output a different size or aspect ratio, you can enter it here.
If you want to change the aspect ratio (e.g. 4:3 source rendered as 16:9 video), you can also do that here. The resulting resolution is the rectangle that the stabilized video can move around in. Therefore it also affects the stabilization, it's not a static crop. If you have a horizontal video and want to output 9:16 for social media, you can set 9:16 resolution here. It's also common to keyframe the center offset (
Stabilization -> Zooming -> Advanced -> Zooming center offset) and move the video right-left to keep the subject in frame.
Bitrate is the amount of data stored in a second of the video. Bigger bitrate will produce better quality and bigger file size. By default Gyroflow sets the same bitrate as the input file.
Video encoding is a very compute-intensive task. Rendering on the CPU is very slow.
Modern graphic cards implement hardware accelerated video encoders and is generally preferrable to have GPU encoding enabled.
If your computer is older than 2016, chances are H.265/HEVC will not be available, and if it's older than 2012, H.264 may also not be available.
If you want maximum possible encoding quality and don't mind waiting, you can disable GPU encoding. Rendering on the CPU in general provides better results, but it's much slower. For most use cases the difference will be negligible and enabling GPU encoding is preferred.
Audio can be exported as well, and it will be transcoded to the AAC format. The audio format can't be changed at this time.
For advanced options, see the
Advanced usage -> Exportingsection
Once you have all settings dialed in, you can proceed to render by just clicking the blue
Render queue is available by clicking the icon on the right of the
Exportbutton. You can add your render task to the queue by clicking the arrow on the
Exportbutton and choosing
Add to render queue
Render queue icon
For more information about the render queue, see the
Advanced usage -> Render queuesection
You can export a project file which will contain all your settings, lens profile and optionally the gyro data. You can then load that project file later if you want to adjust any settings and re-render.
Ctrl + Skeyboard shortcut available to quickly save the project file with gyro data included. The resulting file also works with the video editor plugins.
You don't have to render out the file from Gyroflow, you can also use the video editor plugins and apply the stabilization directly in your video editor. For more information see the
Video editor pluginssection