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Why not just stabilize in Premiere Pro?
There are a bunch of ways to stabilize. To get the best results for really shaky footage I stick with AE. I don't know which method you are using but if it is what I think I would just bring the shot you want to stabilize into AE, stabilize it. Scale it up so that it fills the screen, do any color or sharpness treatments you need to do, then render the result to a production codec and import that into Premiere Pro. Just make sure that the comp settings match the footage and, if you need to change the output size say from 720 to 1080, nest your stabilized comp in a properly sized comp and then scale it up to fill the frame.
If you have a CMOS sensor on your camera, which seems likely, you may also want to explore correcting the rolling shutter, which can be a real issue on footage shot from a moving car with such cameras.
This feature is available in CS6.
I go to Ae so much, I had never thought to see if premier could stabilize. this is a good tip. Todd
I was thinking this also but i was worried about the loss of slip editing. Some of the clips are 45s-1m30s. Thats a lot of long processing on a quad 3.0. I am also editing raw mts and Ae cant see that as far as i know. I would have to go to an intermeiate and the SEQ is already cut 80% of the way. I am not the best pre-planner. I just go with the route that has the least resistence. lol
I shot with a HMC150 1/3 chip. 0 rolling shutter but i was about 1minute away from shooting on the GH3's we just got. (Panasonic Bias)