Which do you like better?
I personally am on CS3 and i love it. Although i do envy Final Cut 6 for having the Smooth Cam feature (very cool)
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funny guy. Well i can. The problem is when im editing footage that other people shot, like home videos. Im pretty sure you can guess how steady those are. This feature would really be helpfull.
There's nothing that locks Pixlock iStabilize to Final Cut Pro. It's a standalone program that's been around.
Part of a class of software that is getting there but no substitution for proper camera technique or hardware image stabilization.
An entry version of 2d3 SteadyMove Pro comes free with Premier Pro CS3.
Then there's the Open Source Deshaker.
And one built into After Effects
Don't expect automation, once the exposure is blurred, recontruction is an approximation.
Thanks for all the links. Problem is that i still dont see one that works with CS3. 2d3 specifically says at the bottom of the page you linked that it doens't work with CS3