Supported Bit Versions
  1. 64-bit
Source Code URL
Minimum OBS Studio Version
Supported Platforms
  1. Windows
  2. Linux

LiveVisionKit (LVK) provides GPU accelerated real-time computer vision and image processing tools for manipulating and enhancing livestreams or recorded video. Features include real-time video stabilization, adaptive de-blocking, lens correction, image enhancement and more!

Discord Support Server:

Demonstration Videos
These videos present LiveVisionKit filters within some of the use cases and video scenes they have been designed for. In general, the quality of the filters will vary depending on what is being shown in the screen!

Feel free to use the Discord server for any support questions or development queries, otherwise the official reporting channels are listed below!

Issue/Bug Reporting:
Test Footage Submission: [URL][/URL]
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Latest updates

  1. 1.2.2

    LiveVisionKit 1.2.2 updates OpenCV to version 4.7.0 and fixes a few small bugs. Changes &...
  2. 1.2.1

    LiveVisionKit 1.2.1 is here! This update brings the Linux version into feature parity with the...
  3. 1.2.0

    LiveVisionKit 1.2.0 has been released, bringing improvements to stabilization and...

Latest reviews

Trying to use this to remove camera vibrations for vehicle-mounted small IP camera. So far, I'm not seeing much improvement. I've been using Smoothing Radius = 20, Dynamic Model, and Strict / Relaxed suppression modes. My IP camera shoots at 25 fps at 3MP resolution. Not sure how to improve the filter performance.
Hi, it is difficult to stabilize a shaky video with a low framerate (25). I suspect this may be part of the issue. Please consider sharing some of your video footage for testing by using the following form: These will considered when designing and optimizing filters in future updates.
I'm using this plugin for electronic image stabilization of a video stream coming from a PTZ camera mounted on the front of a church balcony. Unfortunately, the camera shakes just from people walking around in the balcony. This is the first time I've found any software solution for this problem, let alone a free solution! It doesn't completely eliminate the camera shake under the most extreme conditions, but for the most part, it seems to perform quite well.
Real-Time Video Stabilization works like a charm!! It's an awesome plugin. It will be nice to have a tutorial on how use all of it's features
Seems like it would be great, crashes after like 5 mins. :/
gtx 1080
Hi, please consider making a post in the dedicated issue reporting channel ( so we can have an in-depth look into why you are experiencing stability issues.