Have you tried the Video Stabilizer effect?
Though it also depends on what's causing the jitter.
The Stabilizer will minimize movements from video shot with a handheld camera.
If you're seeing frame jitter, it means that your Premiere Elements project was not properly set up for your camcorder's video.
thank you. I thought Premiere Elements 10 should have some sort of correction. I will try it. By the way I have your book for Premiere Elements 7 and it was a big helping to understand PE and what I could do with it. Thanks for writing it.
Thank you, Dale!
FWIW, the version 10 book is much better.
As a matter of fact, drop me a private message under Your Stuff above. Since you're a long-time book supporter, I think you deserve discount (or maybe even free) copy of the new book. Don't you?
I am not sure how to send a private message. I am interested in getting
your latest book but I do not want to take money out of your pocket, so
discount is good but free would make me feel guilty. How do I send you a
private message. I only have 'your stuff' for me.
Click on the Your Stuff (orange suitcase) icon at the top of this forum.
Under it, you will find the option to send me a private message.
You can also write to me by writing to my first name at Muvipix.com.
To add to Steve's point, I would like to tell you about Smart Fix. When you import your file, the Autoanalyzer analyzes your file, or you can manually start it by right click and Run Auto Analyzer, after analyzing it will suggest you if any fix is needed for your clip, like fixing brightness and contrast or in your case shakiness too. Try this out as well!