How to Undo a tracking operation in Mocha Pro


#1

Hi,
I’m working on tracking the torso of a man driving. The first time I tracked the shape, it was a pretty solid track. Then, thinking I could get it to be better, I added perspective to the default parameters and the track was terrible. I wanted to return to the original track but all the command+Z pushes in the world doesn’t seem to undo the track and get me back to the original good track. Any way to erase the tracking data and start over?

Thanks


#2

Have you tried disabling the perspective and re-tracking?
Worse case scenario, you’ll have to delete the layer and creae a new one to re-track


#3

Hi,
Yes I tried that first. It didn’t change the track. I may have to do the worst case scenario you mention but for future reference, it would be nice to know of a way to undo tracking data, or to know definitively that it can’t be done.


#4

my final option that may be tedious but if you still have your last saved version, you can manually remove perspective from the dope sheet, hope it helps


#5

Just to make sure, but did you enable the cogwheel thingie before re-tracking your layer?


#6

You know…I didn’t check. In hindsight, I don’t think I disabled it after the second pass but I’ll take a look.

Thanks


#7

Good suggestion. I’ll look at that.

Thanks


#8

No problem