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Mocha Tracking data keeps storing somewhere on my c drive and filling it up.

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Mar 30, 2020

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Mocha Tracking data keeps storing somewhere on my C drive and filling it up. I have changed the storage settings in both mocha and after effects to my external drive and have resstarted the computer. But when I go to track it quickly starts filling up my C drive again. Please help, I have no idea where it is storing it on my C drive.

 

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Mocha Tracking data keeps storing somewhere on my c drive and filling it up.

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Mocha Tracking data keeps storing somewhere on my C drive and filling it up. I have changed the storage settings in both mocha and after effects to my external drive and have resstarted the computer. But when I go to track it quickly starts filling up my C drive again. Please help, I have no idea where it is storing it on my C drive.

 

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We honestly can't know since you haven't provided any exact info about your actual settings. Depending on how you invoke mocha, the default project path are your standard user My Documents folder or the parent folder in which the AE project is stored. Same for the caches. If you manually changed any of that, we honestly cannot know for apparent reasons.

 

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Sounds like cache files rather than data cos data wouldn't take up a lot of space. This thread might be helpful -
https://forum.borisfx.com/t/system-disk-space/3991

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