For Windows users that have Android recording devices, vReveal could be just what we need. The software is designed to remove the shakes, clean up the color and other fixes. You don't have to be a high tech cadet to use the software.
Don't have a smartphone or tablet? No worries. It can handle camcorder video as well.
- Operating System: Windows 7 (recommended). Windows XP/Vista compatible
- Processor: Dual-core CPU or better, with at least SSE2 support
- Memory: Minimum 2GB RAM (Honestly, you need at least 4GB to function on Windows)
- Hard Drive: At least 60MB of free space
You also might want to consider installing the standard QuickTime player on your system if you don't have it already. If you are an iTunes user you might have installed QuickTime as well. This will place certain codecs your system might need to render certain types of videos. Trust me, you don't want to go into the tainted waters of codec hunting.
The free ad supported version of the software, if I remember correctly, saves in standard definition 640 x480. This might be enough to test the software to see if it runs on your system and you like what it can do for you.
The $49 version saves video in 720p and 1080p, contains no ads and has other stuff as well such as stitching a panoramic photo from a video recording.
This could be good option to rehabilitate a shaky or super grainy video from devices that are not that flexible when it comes to working with video.