I just saw your thread and gave it a quick look before calling it a day.
First try, I cannot confirm your results with Premiere Elements 13/13.1 on Windows 7 64 bit.
What is your transition alignment? What are the properties of the two clips to be stabilized?
I will look at this issue some more in the morning morning.
Add On...even if I can confirm your report, what is the hang up with stabilizing the video and then applying the video transition?
I have the same problem.
When I do not have a transition between clips, the video is stabilized, as soon as I add the transition, the video becomes shaky again.
There is obviously an incompatibility between the stabilization and transition.
Does anyone know how to overcome this? can it be overcome?
I found a workaround.
stabilize the video first. Then add the transition to the beginning of that clip.
It works for me! elements premiere 13
Please explain what worked for you.... "add transition to the beginning of that clip"....what does that mean in terms of transition alignment Left Clip, Between Clip, Right Clip? Right Clip?
1. Originally...after Shake Stabilizer video stabilization.....what transition, what transition duration in relationship to the duration of the clips, what transition alignment.
2. If you place the transition before Shake Stabilizer video stabilization.....same question as above for the video transition.
Since xjan86x has not followed up in this thread, your details would be helpful in understanding cause and effect at least in your case.
I put the transition at the beginning of a clip. That is to the right: right clip.
So far, it has worked for me.
Thanks for the reply.
What were you doing before you went with your "use Right Clip alignment" and then video stabilize with the Shake Stabilizer?
Where you doing the Shake Stabilizer video stabilizer and then applying the transition with the Between Clips alignment?
What video transition was involved?