Effects, Defishing and Slowdown


Before & after comparison of liquivid’s defishing, effects and slowdown features. Video recorded with a GoPro Hero mounted on a DJI Phantom 1.

Defishing and Deflickering


Before & after comparison of liquivid’s defishing and deflickering. Video taken with a GoPro Hero 4 on a DJI Phantom 1.

Liquivid Effects


Before & after comparison of liquivid’s effects. Video taken with a DJI Phantom 3 Professional in Switzerland.

Show Jumping

Recorded with a GoPro 4 lying on the ground, corrected and slowed down with liquivid.

Low Clouds over Furka Pass, Switzerland

Shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III but less than impressive colors in this foggy / cloudy weather. A little bit of level & saturation adjustment makes the clip look way better in less than a minute.

Taking a break by the water

This was recorded with a GoPro 3+ mounted on a DJI Phantom. liquivid was then used for slow motion, removing the lens distortion and improving sharpness, colors and contrast.

Cycling

This was taken with a GoPro Hero 3+ mounted on the handlebar – stabilized and defished using liquivid.

Flying over coastline

This was taken with a Gopro Hero 3 on a DJI Phantom 1 with the H3 2D Zenmuse gimbal. Stabilizing and defishing makes this clip even nicer.

Rally driving

Sometimes there’s just no way to use a tripod. And when you’re driving fast, even a camera’s optical stabilization will have a hard time coping.

Lightshow in a cave

This clip was taken in the “Grotte de Clamouse” cave in France (definitely worth a visit!). We feel that removing the noise from it makes it so much better!

Night street scene in Rothenburg odT

A snapshot from our last short trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany (don’t miss the Christmas market they have there!). We guess many of you have plenty of similar shaky, hand-held clips and think it’s worth getting more out of them.
Watch in HD to better see the noise reduction!

Sunset over the Mediterranean

We love shooting landscapes with our GoPro and DJI Phantom – but we still like straight horizons better than curved ones.

Rally driving

Sometimes there’s just no way to use a tripod. And when you’re driving fast, even a camera’s optical stabilization will have a hard time coping.

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