|The Gooderham & Worts building, Toronto|
Here is the original clip. And here is the stabilized version. You may notice that the processed clip has had some zoom-in applied to it. All the stabilizing software I've seen in the past ten years employs this approach. In the days of standard definition it often softened the image. With the detail inherent in high definition resolutions this is unlikely to occur unless the original clip is so shaky that only a high degree of zoom will fix it. If you want to give it a try, you'll find the editor here. You will of course need to have or upload at least one video in order to drag it into the editing window.
And, for those of you who don't know what the other annoying mistake made by amateur shooters is, it's the fire hose approach. Swing the camera back and forth, never stop for long enough to actually capture a scene. Guaranteed to make viewers queasy.