I have got the shakes

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I produce a series of clips and filmed my object with a HD cam Corder which was on a tripod

I noticed that when I use the zoom in function, the is movement / Shaking it doesn't show up before i zoom in can this be fixed ? is there a reason for this ? I am using camtasia 7


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Zooming all the way in with any camera makes your shot susceptible to the shakes. So does coming off a three day bender, but that's a topic for another time. News cameramen who run and gun with the camera on their shoulder always try to stay as wide as possible because of this. Adobe Premiere Pro has something called Warp Stabilizer that does amazingly well. I had to use it once and my shaky shoulder footage was smoothed out. At the risk of starting folks flaming me, remember: Camtasia is NOT a video editing program. It is a screen recorder and it is great at that.

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