Is possible to add a camera shake to a still image in Camtasia 8?

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I have a still image of a building and I would like have a camera shake to make the image appear scary
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use visual properties to create motion on the image clip
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Robert

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OK that but as I am still getting use to Camtasia there isn't an option for motion?
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Thank you
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Perla Durgaswaroop

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Currently, there is no direct option to do that. But one thing you can do, though it is a very tiring process, the only way you can do that is by shaking it manually. By adding the required animation. It is a really tiring process and almost impossible task, as far as i can see. But that's the only way out.

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it's actually quick and easy to do; this only took me a couple of minutes ...

http://www.screencast.com/t/0qKzexEB7J
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I was suggesting to do the same thing, in a more subtle way. What you are simulating is a large shaking,as you said an earth quake. But a camera shake wouldn't be like that. Its not violent. Its subtle and small. SO, what i was suggesting is the same thing as you did. But what you did is not a camera shake simulation but an earth quake simulation which is good.

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Thanks guys it given me something to work with

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