I stabilize 80% of my events...
It may be best to stabilize everything first on a 4k timeline, then drop those clips onto a 1080...
I hear it's better to shoot in 60p when I want to stabilize, because it gives it more frames to work with -
I usually edit all of my 60p on a 1080 60p timeline
slow down the footage to 0.4x playback,
then export that to 24p,
then drop that 24fps clip on a 1080 24p timeline - even if I'm not slowing the footage down,
So it starts off stabilize the 60
export to 24p
drop new clips on 24p timeline.
Somethings will look weird since my shutter was 1/125th shooting in 60p if my final output is 24p... right?
I know I should just shoot 24p if I don't want slow motion, but Sometimes I just decide later if I'll slow it down or not.