Is there a way to add a "wiggle" to a keyframable value in Adobe Premiere Pro (CC)? For example, if I wanted an image to jitter back and forth, I could apply such an effect to the rotation value.

There is such an effect in Adobe After Effects: by adding an expression to a value, and typing "wiggle(frequency, amplitude, octaves, amplitude multiplier, time)" with numbers in stead of the arguments, the value will randomly shift up and down over time depending on what arguments you entered.

tl;dr: Is there a way to produce an effect in Premiere akin to the wiggle() expression in After Effects?

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    Not on vanilla Adobe premiere. Perhaps there is a plugin, but I wouldn't count on it since Premiere is more about cuts, than gfx. – kazanaki Jun 11 '15 at 20:35
  • Can you use Dynamic Linking to do this in After Effects? I realize it's not the cleanest, but if you are trying to produce this effect, it may be your only option. Good luck! – Parker Young Jun 29 '16 at 12:25

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