There is not a native filter for this.
Use After Effects instead.
Sir, could you elaborate a bit more on this. OK, use AFTER EFFECTS (new to me) and do what? Thanks.
If you have Adobe After Effects as part of the CS5 Suite.
Use the "stabilise" function to achieve what you asked for.
Over time, and with different versions, various Effects come and go. In your case, one went.
As suggested, adding ProDAD Mercalli, or similar, will likely get you going again.
Same thing can happen, with 3rd party Effects and Transitions. This is especially true with CS5, as it is 64-bit, and requires 64-bit Effects. No older, 32-bit Effects will likely work.
When using older Projects, one can expect some things to not exist, or at least not under the name originally used, will be common.
I've been lucky, as only a few 3rd party Transitions have not existed in my later version. In those cases, PrPro was kind enough to tell me what was in that original Project (that which was missing), and even gave me the exact TimeCode, where it was missing. For me, it was simple - just use another Transition.