Yesterday evening I dipped my toe into the water of video at a school concert where my daughter was playing.
So. I now have two minutes of 1920x1080 30fps, with just enough shake to be really annoying. So onto post processing. I look around the web for something to remove this.
I'm running Windoze 7, and discovered that the MS free video editor won't do anti-shake on w7, so onto other options. Some won't load a mov file, others will but won't do anti shake, then I find Blender
now I find it extremely complicated and utterly unintuitive.
so I try a "how to" and I'm now stuck at: "select the end of the file" in https://monochrome.sutic.nu/2014/02/22/video-stabilization-with-blender.html
I've tried but I have no idea and can't see how despite clicking all over the place.
So is there anything I can use that doesn't require me to spend several weeks of effort to learn the tool or require me to spend substantial sums of cash, or to have a telepathic link to the software developers?