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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