Radeon Pro Vega 64 16GB
After Effects 16.1.2
Waht is your screen/monitor resolution and setup?
iMacPro as main monitor set to 5120x2880 and a second monitor set to 2560x1440. This takes place on the iMacPro/Main monitor. I can’t say for certain, but it might happen when Premiere and After Effects are both open.
I suspect it might be because your monitors are different resolutions, so it might be adjusting to the right size. Mocha has high-resolution interface support, so it’s possible it’s getting confused between the lower res monitor and the high resolution one.
Ok, anything I can do to prevent it from happening aside from unplugging my second monitor?
I don’t have Mocha Pro, only Mocha AE, but I have the same problem. It happens when I click the tracking forward button.
Running MacBook Pro, but also a Radeon (Pro Vega 20 4 GB)
Also macOS 10.14.6 and AE 16.1.2.
It happend when connected to a second monitor, but also when not connected. Although it looks like it took longer for it to happen without connected to a second monitor. It also didn’t matter if I have Premiere Pro running or not.
I don’t have a solution, but I hope someone else does or can point me in the right direction to fix this.
I’m having the same problem with Mocha AE, unable to use it.
Radeon Pro Vega 64 16 GB
So I went into Mocha preferences and selected my Radeon card instead of ‘Automatic’. Seems to have fixed the problem.
Having this same issue on my Imac with both Radeon rx580 and vega 64 egpu. Using the latest version of after-effects too. Happens when I track forward. Is there any solution yet?
If you can, try dragging and resizing the Mocha window. My best guess is that it’s an issue with the GPU/Monitor resolution/application window size.
Ahh ok yea that works annoying but a work around, i wonder if there will be an update for this.