Nope, not in any of the FXhome products. This may seem obvious, but in general, its definitely worthwhile to get the camera movements the way you want them while filming. A good tripod is a fine thing, and even a makeshift steadicam/stabilizer can help a lot, and they are pretty inexpensive to make. If you [/i]have[/i] to hand-hold, even keeping the tripod connected to the camera, with the legs folded up, can help a lot in stabilizing the camera movements to reduce shakiness.
There are products that can remove the shake in many cases, but they will also result in a loss of resolution, so the results will never be as good as getting the shot right in the first place.SteadyHandDeShaker
, for VirtualDub, is free.SteadyMove
is one of the better options out there, but is more expensive.
And I would think After Effects would have some sort of shake eliminator these days, but I can't say for sure.