There are definitely plans for a CS 6 version. Stay tuned for that.
Thanks for your feedback. I would love to see the shot you are having trouble with. Maybe I can help figure out why it's not working for you. That could really help us make improvements to our tutorials. Give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to help.
Thanks for your feedback Viktor.
It is a different workflow for sure and it takes some getting used to. That's why we strongly recommend watching our tutorials before getting started. One of the things we talk about in the tutorials is lens and rolling shutter calibration. Were you able to watch the tutorial called "Camera Calibration" and calibrate your camera properly?
I've uploaded some warp stabilizer comparisons for you guys. Please see the first post in this thread. Thanks for your feedback.
I just made some warp stabilizer versions of the above videos and we are working on getting them into our gallery page. In the meantime here are the direct link to those videos. https://vimeo.com/137807144 https://vimeo.com/137807123
And here is a warp stab version of the first video on our gallery page. https://vimeo.com/137808180
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.
We tried to include a wide variety of shots in our demo video as well as the videos in our gallery http://www.reelsteady.com/pages/gallery for this reason. You will see not only drone shots but, helmet cam, selfie stick, handheld, hyperlapse, even a dog mount shot to show some of the possibilities. I'm sure this is only the tip of the iceberg compared to what uses the community will dream up for this new tool. We urge you to try the free demo for yourself. We think you will definitely like it.