How To: Fix the "rolling shutter" in SLR's with After Effects

Fix the "rolling shutter" in SLR's with After Effects

Is your digital SLR camera creating an unintentional "Jello effect"? Well, this is caused by a rolling shutter, which can be fixed in Adobe After Effects. This tutorial serves to help you eliminate your problems on your D-SLR caused by the CMOS's "rolling shutter".

The footage used in this AE tutorial is form a Nikon D90 (720, 24fps), so you might have to adjust the speed-up percentage for your footage. The render times are pretty long, but it works pretty well.

Get the two After Effects project files at MikeyMike.

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