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It seems to me that to have an earthquake or busy camera, a series of frames would have to be moved around by the software. In other words, you need a video clip with distinct frames. A still is one frame.
You might be able work around this. Put your still image in a dedicated project, share/export to a video. It will have the many frames you need. Bring it back into a project as the video rather than as a still. You should then be able to apply your chosen effects.
I didn't take the time to try this, but I think it should work.
That is probably so and I will test it...
However I would like believe that a still frame is not 1 frame when its is extended for x time, because then you made x copies of the frame.
Sounds more like a bug to me.
But thx, Ill report back if it works.
Actually it does work on a stills but you cannot see it, as a still consist of copies of the first frame (as you have already determined)
So the effect is applied to a sequence of 'first' frames.
You can check this by adding the effect to a still and move the slider back and forth in the Applied Effects window.
Bill's suggestion actually works.