How to Enable Camera Video Stabilization on Google Pixel 7

This post will walk you through configuring the camera settings on the newest Google Pixel smartphone to activate video stabilization. Here’s a quick guide to enable the Android 13 camera video stabilization on Google Pixel 7.

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Contemporary smartphone cameras already have video stabilization technology that helps in enhancing video quality. This technology works by clearing out any unwanted camera shaking due to hand jiggling and unintentional knocking on the camera.

The latest Google Pixel smartphone also has its very own video stabilization feature. If you’re wondering how to access and manage this setting on your new Pixel phone, then you can refer to these subsequent instructions.

  1. To get started, open the Camera app by tapping on the app’s icon from the Home screen.



    If you don’t see the Camera app icon from the Home screen, then you can launch it from the Apps viewer instead.

  2. Once you’re in the Camera app’s main screen, tap on the dropdown arrow located on the upper-left corner.



    Doing so opens a separate menu with different options and controls to manage camera output.

  3. Tap More Settings on the bottom-right corner of the menu to proceed.



    The Camera app settings menu will load up next.

  4. In the Camera settings, you will see different camera features grouped in their respective categories. Navigate to the Video section and then tap to turn on the switch next to Video stabilization.



    Keeping this switch on will reduce camera shakes and thereby yield smoother videos. The result is visible in a zoomed-in view.

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  • Settings
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  • Google Pixel 7

When to use video stabilization?

The main purpose of the video stabilization feature in Android 13 camera is to help novice smartphone users produce exceptional photos and video outputs with their device. But if for some reason, enabling this feature still doesn’t improve your Pixel phone’s camera outputs like your videos are still shaky or problematic, then you may have to consider troubleshooting camera-related issues on your device. There are a number of simple tweaks you can try doing on your device to rule out every common culprit.

Clearing the camera app’s cache or restarting the phone are usually the first recommended tweak to clear out common system flaws that might have ruined the camera app’s normal functions. Keeping the device software up to date is also imperative to ensure all new features and system enhancements are implemented in your device.

Unless hardware damage is present, your phone’s camera should be working back smoothly again after rectifying the transpiring system flaw.

And that’s all about activating the video stabilization feature on the Google Pixel 7 Camera.

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