With the Lens Correction tools introduced in VideoStudio 2018, you can quickly remove wide-angle camera distortion—better known as a fisheye effect. Sometimes this is your preferred outtake from a lively GoPro session, but other times it’s nice to have a quick way to remove the distortion. VideoStudio adds new and intuitive controls to make this easy, freeing you up to focus on the fun parts of video editing.

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To correct wide-angle lens distortion:

  1. In the Timeline, double-click a clip with lens distortion, and in the Options panel, click Correction, and open the Lens Correction section.
  2. In the Select preset drop-down menu at the top, choose a preset. The preview of the correction applies to the entire clip. Advanced users can manually adjust the settings to correct distortion. Note: To reset the clip to the original settings, choose Default from the Select preset drop-down menu.
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