No, manual keyframing is not needed, there are several options. What i normally use for an effect such as this is the S-Shake filter from Boris Sapphire.....Also there is Ignite Shake from FXHome Ignite or even VASST Mayhem: http://vasstsoftware.com/product/mayhem/ can also be used.... The Unfortunate thing is that none of these options are free.
@relaxvideo Hi, Magix Movie Studio has built in Vegas Video Stabilization, it's crap & hardly works stabilizing a clip, but you can save the effect after Analysing/applying it to a shaky vid, that saved preset can then be added to a new stable clip such as a pic & the movement is applied,
Here i filmed my wood store a bit like your vid, added V Stabilization, Saved it & applied it to a jpg,
I can't get this to work in Vegas's version of Vegas Video Stabilization 🤷♂️🤷♂️
>I can't get this to work in Vegas's version of Vegas Video Stabilization
yeah, takes a little bit of thinking outside the box! Apply stabilisation to footage you want to use as source of shake. Then, in Project Media, replace that source media with the footage you want to apply the shake to ...
@MikeS Vegas needs an ability to modify video effects via audio. I'll show an example of a particular effect, it's not helpful for your video, but a demonstration of audio modifying video. (Just watch the intro)
If you have boris plugins such as sapphire I think they still have beat reactor which is a sound modifier for it's videoFXs. Here's another example, audio modifying light rays, but could just as easily modify shake
It might also be possible to do this sort of effect which used to be hugely popular but looks a bit old fashioned now