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  1. So, I can press the Stabilize Video button under the Fix menu on the left, and I get a Stabilize Video effect in my Fx 1 ribbon. However, if I double click the item in the ribbon (as the help screens instruct), instead of a settings panel, I just get a message "There are no settings available for this object". Looking through the forum, I find this same issue was in NXT Pro 2 back in 2014 -- any idea why this doesn't work (or better yet, how to get it working)?
  2. I have just upgraded from Creator NXT Pro (CNP) to Creator Nxt Pro 2. When using Stabilize Video In CNP, I could have acces to a Settings dialog where I coud adjust different settings such as Adjust Zoom, Tabilize Rotation and others. In CNP 2, I get the message that there is no settings for this object. The CNP 2 Help file states that the Stabilize Video Settings is accessed by double-clicking the effect in the Production Editor (exactly as in CNP). As this function is primordial to me, I need it to work correctly. Any idea how to make it work?