First off, don't watch the whole edit, there's no music and it's a very rough cut. Just looking for a fix to the shake, you can really see it 1:48-1:58. I tried to frame blend as well as warp stabilizer but neither seemed to work. I think the reason it's happening is because the images are old and only 1mb or so, which means I'm zooming in to about 160% at times. Any ideas on how to make this work?
not quite sure what you're saying. If you mean by actually doing a keyframe every single frame, i'm not doing that even if it does work haha. Right now every motion has it's own keyframe set, a centerpoint to initiate movement and a centerpoint to stop motion.
playing around with warp stabilizer right now, I feel like that may be the only way to do it but still haven't found a way to make it work
It is HARDLY noticeable. This is a disease that all filmers suffer from, it's called the "OH SHIT WILL MY AUDIENCE NOTICE ALL THE IMPERFECTIONS" syndrome and the answer is no. I suffer from it myself, and honestly it's just your mind playing games with you. I wouldn't worry about it.