Has anyone experience with this and can check it with the Mac OS X Activity Monitor and a 12 Core Dual Mac Pro?
It claims: "Unlimited Multi-core CPU support for super-fast renderings".
From the Forums: "The Warp Stabilizer in After Effects is a very demanding feature on both CPU and RAM resources, and it takes a long time to process. For this reason, we split it off into a separate background process; it doesn't actually run in the context of the After Effects application, but instead runs separately and then communicates its results to the After Effects foreground application. This means---among other things---that the Warp Stabilizer process doesn't take advantage of the Render Multiple Frames Simultaneoulsy multiprocessing."