Well the Stabilizer can do wonders, but it cannot perform miracles.
All depends on the clip itself.
Upload the clip so we can have a look.
As Ann says, knowing what the source material is would make answering a lot easier.
What you describe sounds like the results from a source video shot with rocks/cliffs etc which you want to be static with moving sea in the shot? If so, you will find that the jelly effect is very hard to avoid. The problem is even worse if the shot was taken from a boat.
The new Premiere Warp Stabiliser does a better job on this kind of shot than any of the half dozen other stabilisers I have used in the past.
Hey guys no its a simple shot in church just a slight movement from the dslr and it goes all wobbly, settings smooth motion, crop scale stabilize. here is the raw, from 37 seconds want to keep.whoops how can i upload the raw to show you guys it needs a url or embed, i just want to upload the raw.
If you have problems with that sort of shot - unless the congregation are dancing a conga - you should not have problems. It does depend on your idea of "slight" though!
How long is the clip?
Forget using Premiere, use AE then export the composition to a new file and use that
See Creative cow tutorials on using AE to stabilize, it is very accurate and you have total control
Sure AE does a lot of things better then Pro, but no everybody has AE.
Sometimes you have to make due with what you've got.
Cheers biggles i will try that as i have AE.