A quick method to ensure that you are using as much CPU as possible during the first analysis stage of warp stabilization in Premiere Pro. The software I am using here is Premiere Pro CC 2014.
While a very useful and powerful addition to Premiere, it can be extremely slow to scan the clips and gather all the data needed to perform the stabilization. Anything that speeds this up has to help, right?
On this test, the effect only uses about 60-75% by default. Just splice your clips up and apply it multiple times to increase this to 100%. On my system this took between 2 and 3 instances running simultaneously.
You might not need a video to show you how to do this (it’s pretty simple) but it’s there as evidence that it works. Let me know if you have any comments or questions.