The realtime version of the pretty sweet video plays directly after the slow mo version. Skip to 3:48 in that video.
There are a bunch more comparison videos on our gallery page as well. The best comparison is of course going to be the one you guys make with your own clips where you can dial the settings however you want. We highly recommend downloading our free demo, watching our short tutorials, and having at it.
Ahh, I see where the mix up is. You are warp stabilizing the fisheye version and in our demo we are warp stabilizing the rectilinear (non fisheye) version. Which was a requirement to have 3d text in the shot. If you take a look at our galley page you can see more examples of both fisheye warp stabilized clips as well as rectilinear ones and the before and after videos to compare them with.
Reelsteady has been in devolpment for a long time. If you count some very early prototypes, over four years now. Santa Monica airlines uses one of these earlier versions. We've made many improvements since then, so if anything the stabilization should be getting better, not worse. You should also note that brushless gimbals had not even become widely available when that video was posted.
Before we ran WS, we needed to put 3d text in that shot so we had to remove the fisheye first. Maybe that is what you are responding to? you would get the same sort of results from warp stabilizing a wide rectilinear lens.
Thanks again for the feedback. Premier is definitely on the to do list.
The examples we made with warp stabilizer were on the default settings in After Effects CC 2014. All we did was apply warp stabilizer, and that is what we got back. The only difference I can think of is that you are using a compressed web rip that does not have all the frames. Most of our footage is shot at 48fps or more.
The only other thing I can think of is in the very first ferris wheel shot of our demo reel the "before", "warp stabilizer result", and "reelsteady result" all have had their fisheye undistorted so that we could add 3d text. You may be trying to stabilize the "fisheye version" of that ferris wheel shot?