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  1. Hi all, I have worked with Videowave before but not in depth. I am just now starting to work with a number of home videos. I noticed that in the latest version, NXT Pro 2, that stabilization and rotation were available so I upgraded from the 2010 version. In any tutorial I find it clearly tells me how to add the stabilization and then double click on the "stabilize video" in the timeline to get to the settings. So, when I do that I get nothing. Not sure if this is related, but if I close the Media selector, Effect selector, and Settings in the top right portion of the Videowave window and then double click the "stabilize video" in the timeline the settings window appears but says "There are no settings available for this object." In the tutorials the settings show up in a totally separate window like what happens if you double click on the video in the timeline. I saw in online help under stabilization: "Note: Depending on the software version you are running, some of the features described above may not be available. For information about upgrading to take full advantage of all the features described in the online Help" but I assume the newest pro version would have this feature. It is a 16:9 production, not 3D. Can anyone shed any light on this? Thank you in advance!!!