I would also like to note that changing the preferences of the Warp Stabilization results in only ONE half of one core is active in the Activity Monitor being used. ( Out of 12 Cores )
There is no way to change that. As an effect based on temporal analysis it shares the same limitations as any otehr such effects - it is dependent on a strictly linear processing of consecutive frames and that can only be achieved inside the same process. no different than temporal effects effectively knocking out MP rendering...
That is horrible!
The whole reason I bought the fastest machine possible was to render stabilization on hours of video.
This is a huge disappointment.
I guess I may as well have purchased a single core or dual core processor.