Using aerial video to measure gimbal vibrations via software?

When trying to tune a gimbal Id like to be able to quantify the difference between one set of parameters and another instead of just watching the video and subjectively choosing which is better. Considering that most video editing software can remove vibration by analyzing the shift of stationary objects between frames and compensating by panning the frames itself to keep those objects still it seems that there should be a way for software to give a numerical value for the magnitude and direction of movement for objects that should be stationary between frames. Does anyone know of a program that can do this?

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