Camera Shake Effect
An effect that randomly generates camera shake with adjustable amplitude, direction, speed, etc. Other editing programs, such as DaVinci Resolve, Hitfilm, and Filmora all have shake effects that allow the user to create camera shake with an easily accessible .OFX effect. Paid services, such as Boris FX and Ignite Pro include this, but they're (obviously) paid services for a very simple, not entirely ground-breaking effect. I think an effect similar to these would go great as a base effect included with Premiere. There are many cases where this could be used, for example adding handheld feel to a film where a lot is shot on a tripod, adding shake to text, or creating shake-based transitions. Right now there are a few methods for adding shake in Premiere, such as using the Warp Stabilizer on shaky footage then transferring it to stable footage to destabilize it, or just manually keyframing shaking, but I find these methods convoluted and tedious for most cases. The only other option is to use After Effects, which is equally as difficult if you want to use the effect in a Premiere timeline fairly frequently. Attached are two images, the first is the shake effect included in Ignite Free 2017, which runs terribly in Premiere and is also no longer available, and the second is the shake effect from DaVinci Resolve. They both work similarly, taking values for the amplitude, speed, etc. and using a random seed to create anything from a jitter to a slow sway. Compared to the currently included methods in Premiere, these are much more versatile and convenient. To conclude, I think this is a very basic yet versatile effect that should be added to Premiere because of its wide application and undeniable convenience.