Ri4CTV Transcript of Skydio UX Season 2 Episode 1 Skydio Clip Stabilization

The transcript below is in support of the video located at https://youtu.be/JZsv717H6Zw

Welcome to our YouTube channel R-I-4CTV.

Welcome to the second season of our video series, “Skydio User Experience”, or simply, “Skydio UX”.

In the first season, our video thumbnails are labelled as, “Skydio Users”. From now on, we will label them as, “Skydio UX”, which, of course, means, “Skydio User Experience”.

In this episode, we show you the difference between an original Skydio video without any effects and the video with image stabilization and fish-eye distortion removed. We will show you why you want to let Skydio process your original clip and generate a stabilized video without fish-eye distortion.

What you are now watching is the processed clip.

Notice that the vertical edges of the building are not curved due to fish-eye distortion.

Also, notice that the buildings are not shaking in the picture.

Let me count down and mark the start of an original clip.

Five.

Pause.

Four.

Pause.

Three.

Pause.

Two.

Pause.

One.

Mark.

What you are now watching is the original clip without any effects.

Notice that the vertical edges of the building are curved due to fish-eye distortion.

Also, notice that the buildings are shaking in the picture.

That’s why you want to let Skydio process your original clip and generate a stabilized video without fish-eye distortion.


The only disadvantage of not using the original video is losing the peripheral image along the edge of the video.

Let us count down and show at once you the difference between the two clips.

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Go to R I 4CTV.com/contact and ask us any questions or simply append your comments or feedback below the video.

Thank you very much for watching our videos.

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