Hi, I work on a small post-production team and we are encountering a workflow issue with consistently having to warp stabilize many clips in several sequences. We've tried the following two solutions without success.
1. Finish assembling the sequence, then applying warp stabilizer to them all. Trying to batch process them all at once at the end. This results in ALL of them trying to process at the same time, in series, which grinds our editing stations to a halt.
2. Applying warp stabilizer to several clips at once, then continuing to assemble the rest of the sequence. This makes even simple scrubbing through footage almost impossible.
So, does anyone have any other ideas that don't involve using AE or another program (we want to keep it simple and stay in Premiere)?
Will a faster machine like a new MacPro allow for #1 or #2 above to work? Can someone out there who has a MacPro try for us by any chance?