Since you have posted in the Adobe Premiere Elements Forum, I am assuming that you are looking for a Premiere Elements answer to your Premiere Elements question.
What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
Generalizing for now, in Premiere Elements, there are 2 opportunities to deal with flicker which may be seen
in interlaced video (further details on that can be supplied if requested)..
a. Right click the Timeline video, select Field Options from the pop up menu that results from the right click, and then select
b. Select the Timeline video, go to Properties Palette/Motion Panel expanded (versions earlier than 11) or Applied Effect Tab/Applied Effects
Palette/Motion Panel expanded (versions 11, 12, or 13) and, toward the bottom of the Motion Panel expanded is the anti-flicker filter slider that you can set from 0.00 to 1.00.
If the flicker is due to an interlaced problem, there may be other ways to address the issue. If the flicker is related to issue other than interlacing, then anti-flicker filter was not really intended for it. In other words, if you see this flicker in 1080p footage, I would not be trying to apply the anti-flicker filter to it.
Please review and consider.
Thanks for the replies to my question. From what I understand now the"Anti Flicker Filter" is not what I thought it was for. I was looking for a shaking motion correction for Elements. I now know I will need to update to Premier Elements 13 to get what I believe will help me.
Thanks to all those thar responded.
Thank you for the reply.
If you are seeking video stabilizer for your Timeline content, I would avoid Premiere Elements 13 and its new Shake Stabilizer until you have used
the Video Stablilizer that you have in your current version of Premiere Elements. Just what is the version of Premiere Elements that you are using and
on what computer operating system is it running?
If you are thinking Premiere Elements 13, I would encourage you to explore the free 30 day tryout of the product before any purchase. Please see item 0002 related to the Shake Stabilizer in Premiere Elements 13.
If you have Movie Maker on Windows 8 or 8.1 64 bit, there is a new video stabilizer in that that you can explore and compare.
Any questions or need clarification, please ask.
Thanks again for your reply. I am currently using Premier Elements 10 on an IMAC and will look into the stabilizer that is part of version 10. I have already tried version 13 trial and ran out of time before I could try the stabilizer. If I can get it working on version 10 it will solve the problem I have.
Please let us know if the Premiere Elements 10 Video Stabilizer/Stabilizer does the job for you. That feature is gone in version 13 and replaced by
Shake Stabilizer which comes with "considerations".