Unmanned Aerial Vehicles carry color and infrared cameras to capture outside scenes in real-time. In military applications, the quality of imagery that these vehicles relay to the operators is directly related to how much of information they can extract from the frames being captured in real-time. Generally the captured video looks jittery and not appealing due to vibrations of the platform. This issue of oscillations and low frequency vibrations has to be addressed to improve visual quality without compromising computational efficiency.
Input: Jittery videos being captured by UAV in real-time
Output: Stabilized videos
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