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Frustrating Mocha Ae Problem

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Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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mocha ae tracked perfectly..but when I apply corner pin data to anything(vid/IMG)...images starts drifting..not following the corner pins...even when I only apply to transform data to null object ..it drifts...it clearly shows that corner pins are tracked perfectly but content doesn't follow corner pin...plz help.....

 

in the images below..when i create tracking data...these corner pins stick with the footage...but when i apply this tracking data to anything like a null...null starts drifting like crazy...I'm applying transform data to null ...

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Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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What you've described is the result of mismatch between the following settings, between AE and Mocha -

1) frame rate and this includes Time Remapping which shifts frames from their source, which Mocha reads for its tracking

 

2) comp/layer resolution - if resizing or scaling is part of the pipeline in AE, then the pasted tracking/shape data from mocha will not hit its intended target

 

3) in and out points - if Layer in and out points are different between the two apps then the pasted tracking/shape data from mocha will not hit its intended target. In and out points also refer to use cases where you've tracked a subset of the entire layer in mocha

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