Premiere Elements 2018: Shake reduction error or in progress

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After loading a project in 2018 version created with the 2018 version and that has had Shake Reduction applied to one or more clips, I cannot use Export and Share. There is a message that Shake Reduction is in progress or has an error. No matter how long I wait, I can't use Export and Share.

Does anyone else have this problem?

I don't have this problem with Premiere Elements 15.

There is a workaround that preserves what has already been stabilized, but it is very annoying. I posted my workaround on the forum:

https://forums.adobe.com/message/9977619#9977619

Windows 10, Intel i5 PC.

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Rob

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Posted 10 months ago

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Real Lalonde

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Same problem with antishake.  Video Editing is already quite a job, nobody needs to ''fight'' with program itself. Adobe people, please update this anoying situation. We are all waiting UPDATE MESSAGE.
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Stephen Slater

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Me too.  My first 2018 version project was started off in an earlier version, so I hoped the problem would go away.  My new project was started from scratch in 2018 and is doing the same thing.


My projects are typically 1 - 2 hours long with clips 3 or 4 seconds long, probably about a third of them using shake reduction.  If I want to export, that adds up to a lot of clips I have to step through using the work around mentioned above, clicking on every clip with an orange line above to see if it has shake reduction, with none of them having anything wrong.  Then if I have to exit the program or Windows 10 updates do it for me, next time I have to do it all over again.


I can't understand how anyone would consider Premiere Elements 2018 with shake reduction usable.  I think I will have to go back to the old version.
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Real Lalonde

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More than 3 months have past since I post a message concerning antishake problem. Nothing have been done so far. Adobe people don't care about people using ''amateur'' stuff.I don't have any other version to come back to. Either I ''shut my mouth'' or I go for Vegas....
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I was getting this error as well, but was able to fix it. I started clicking on every clip until I found one where the detailed button was gray. I clicked the reset button to the left of it and it fixed the problem. I hope this helps.
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Real Lalonde

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To cmgoods - I know that clicking to every clip until we hit the one or more of them need to be reinitialized, but we have to do it every time we ''QUIT'' the software and come back. This is not correct because the ''ANTISHAKE'' effect is not properly saved.  Apparently, last version was OK to antishake effect, I've been reading this in forums.
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I have the same issue as all of you, stills searching to find the solution.
just spend so many hours to make my video then when you export it you get: Shake reduction error or in progress