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I want to 3d track my footage using dynamic link with Premiere, Both version 2019!
I have encountered this issue for serval attemps, it keeps initializing for ever, and then AE says 'timed out obtaining dynamic link" is this a but that comes with version 2019? If so, how can i downgrade to older versions and still run my project?
Any help would be appreciated.
Sorry for your issue! I understand that you are not able to use the 3D Camera Tracker as it stalls while initializing.
A few other people have reported this issue and we're investigating it.
Do you experience the same behavior in a standalone After Effects project (not using dynamic link from Premiere Pro)?
Try these steps:
Let us know if this helps.
Same problem here... I'm unable to 3D Camera Track any movie clip. Updated to 2019 and now this. Tried the renaming but didn't fix it. I've also tried uninstalling and reinstalling, same thing.
Running on a 27" 2011 iMac
i7 3,4GHZ, 16GB RAM, AMD 2GB
still the same issue ..... and it is may 2019 now .... what has been done by adobe to fix this , reported by so many users in different threads ?
either initializing forever, or "unable to aquire rendered frame "....asked so often.... never got any helpfull answer or solution
Start by eliminating the obvious. If the footage is shot on a phone, it almost certainly won't work. Phones shoot at variable frame rates, which is very bad. Either transcode the footage to a fixed frame rate or reshoot it.
sorry that I did not introduce myself.
im not a consumer playing around with mobiles and and playing with software for semis .
as all the other ones, complaining about this and other issues since more than a year now, we are using real cameras , in this case a 360 cam, we know what codec and framerate to use, in this case it is either prores 422HQ or DNxHR-Hq with 25p or 30p.
So ,transcoding unnecessary.
and as so many others in so many different threads , we are experiencing this issue since the software was broken with the release of the april 2018 edition.
...... I really apreciate any helpfull and valuable help.
What do you mean by " reshoot it ! ????
Every clip from nearly every cam and shooting is affected......but works in ae14 till 15.0.1.
So : solution :
if adobe can't handle and fix it...... reshoot it .... I'll give this advice to our production managers and the management......
except Iphone 8-X every phone on the market is shooting with fixed framerate...only Iphones with selected HEVC codec retranscode to VFR for performance reasons.... samsung for example never does it .
...marked as helpfull
did yo dolve it?
My first guess is that your Ram allocation for other applications is an odd number. If you have 8 GB then 1 or 3 is assigned to other apps. Change that to 2 or 4 and the tracker will probably initialize. Adobe does not like odd numbers in the ram allocation. I have 8 to others and 12 for Adobe on my 16GB machine. The camera tracker always fails if I have anything but even numbers.
I, too, am having this issue and have had this issue for a while. The 3D camera tracker rarely works and just times out. I'm on OSX 10.15.7
I'm so tired of paying for products that don't fully work with zero explanation. I have a brand new computer, and 3D Tracking still doesn't work. I've wiped my laptop too, and there's nothing that won't make the initializing time out on me.
Same here, I just bought this brand new computer hoping that I finally would be able to finish the VFX for my new movie, but a simple camera track already blocks everything. I cannot get it to work. Either it keeps initializing forever, and if not that, it get's stuck somewhere at frame 6, 140, 160 or 180 of the 240 frames of the video clip. Tried this over and over, restarting etc, nothing seems to work.
If you are having problems with a specific shot we need to see the shot, know the format and frame rate, and you need to explain what you are trying to accomplish. Not all footage will camera track. Some formats are not suitable for camera tracking so they either need to be transcoded or pre-composed. There is NO native 3D tracking in After Effects. 3D tracking is a completely different animal.