I’m tracking 4k footage in After Effects v 16.0.1 with the Moca AE plugin v 6.0.1. The exact resolution is 3840x2160 at 29.97fps and the clip is ProRes 422LT.
The tracking is working perfectly fine. I save the Mocha project and go back to AE, then click on ‘Create Track Data’. Once that’s open, I select my layer and click the “gear” checkbox. The tracked keyframes are created fine. Then I select my top layer (simple iphone screen replacement graphic) which is also 3840x2160 @29.97fps, and click on ‘Apply Export’. The keyframes are copied over, but they are strangely spread across the timeline with 4-5 frames between the keyframes. This has happened ever since I’ve started using AE 2019.
The only work around I’ve found thus far, is to manually create a Corner Pin effect on the top layer and NOT use the ‘Apply Export’ button in the Mocha effect panel. Then I go to the Corner Pin effect and pickwhip each corner to the appropriate keyframes on the Mocha tracked layer.
Is this a bug in Mocha AE? Anybody have this problem, and have you found a solution?