Lock & Load X - Stabilizer for FCP 7/X, Premiere Pro and After Effects

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"THIS is the best overall stabilizer we’ve ever used..."

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Faster Analysis, Better Results, More Powerful

Lock & Load is the fastest and most robust stabilizer for FCP X, FCP 7, Premiere Pro and After Effects (Mac Only). Check out our detailed comparison videos: Lock & Load vs FCP X Stabilizer, Lock & Load vs Warp Stabilizer.

Latest Update:  Lock & Load now has new GoPro rolling shutter presets and support for removing fish eye lens distortion.  See full details.

"Lock and Load is hands down the fastest stabilization plugin..." FCP Daily

"If you are posting a lot of handheld DSLR jobs, then this is an essential item in the toolkit." Oliver Peters, Videography Magazine

"...Lock and Load becomes an indispensable tool for editors posting a lot of Canon and Nikon projects.(....) So why buy Lock and Load X when you already own Smoothcam? Two answers: speed and rolling shutter artifact reduction." Digital Film Blog

Make hand-held footage look like professionally shot Steadicam in seconds! No need to set tracking points, just analyse the entire shot and get instant results. Even on shots with complex rotation or poorly defined backgrounds.

Lock & Load X is not only faster than the built in solutions in FCP X / FCP 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro but it also gives better quality results with less zooming and blurriness due to our SmartZoom feature and also has better ability to reduce Rolling Shutter Artefacts from CMOS cameras including DSLR cameras such as the Canon 5D Mark III and 7D.

 

Lock & Load vs FCP X side by side comparisons video

Watch the video for an intro to Lock & Load in Adobe Premiere Pro and a comparision with Adobe's Warp Stabilizer.  

Watch the video to see how to get super-smooth hand held shots with iPad 3 / iPhone 4 and new camera presets including for the Canon 5D Mark III