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Have you thought that, maybe, instead of shaking the camera, you shake the world. This would, due to relativity, make it appear as if the camera were shaking.
no it wouldn't because we live on the world we would be shaken too therefor we (depending on many factors) would not notice it at all

and some program somewhere has got to have a shaky filter

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Have you thought that, maybe, instead of shaking the camera, you shake the world. This would, due to relativity, make it appear as if the camera were shaking.
no it wouldn't because we live on the world we would be shaken too therefor we (depending on many factors) would not notice it at all

and some program somewhere has got to have a shaky filter

You could probably minimise your own shaking by using some sort of gyroscopically stabilised platform with dampers.

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no it wouldn't because we live on the world we would be shaken too therefor we (depending on many factors) would not notice it at all

and some program somewhere has got to have a shaky filter

Well, Kate was talking about Flash, where the camera is fixed you can't, as Kate found, shake it. So, you need "shake the world" and seeing as the camera is fixed it will seem as though the camera, not the world is shaking.

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If it's a static image you're shaking you could use Animation Shop to apply the 'shakycam' effect and export to an animated .gif, otherwise you'll have to randomly move the items in your scene left and up a random amount. This will give the effect of a shaky camera.

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no it wouldn't because we live on the world we would be shaken too therefor we (depending on many factors) would not notice it at all

and some program somewhere has got to have a shaky filter

Well, Kate was talking about Flash, where the camera is fixed you can't, as Kate found, shake it. So, you need "shake the world" and seeing as the camera is fixed it will seem as though the camera, not the world is shaking.

Oh I understand now... and feel a bit stupid...

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