Offset stabilized clip in Final Cut Pro


#21

When you created the mocha projects did you choose to “de-interlace” your footage on import?

Am traveling tomorrow, but will ty to look on Weds.

Best,
Ross


#22

Was the mocha project “de-interlaced”?
Can you post us the project files to look at?
Thanks,
Ross
—Quote (Originally by Hans Vernhout)—
We’re experiencing a problem where the imported stabilized clip from Mocha 2.0.2 (stand alone) in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 (via XML-import) contains the tracking/stabilizing keyframes, but the entire clip is shifted about half a frame upwards. So the clips plays fine (that means: stabilized), but we only see the bottom half of the clip in the top half of the viewer in FCP.
We checked the Anamorphic and interlaced settings in Mocha and FCP.
Still no joy.
What’s up?
Kind regards,
Hans
—End Quote—


#23

Was the mocha project “de-interlaced”?
Can you post us the project files to look at?
Thanks,
Ross

—Quote (Originally by Hans Vernhout)—
We’re experiencing a problem where the imported stabilized clip from Mocha 2.0.2 (stand alone) in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 (via XML-import) contains the tracking/stabilizing keyframes, but the entire clip is shifted about half a frame upwards. So the clips plays fine (that means: stabilized), but we only see the bottom half of the clip in the top half of the viewer in FCP.

We checked the Anamorphic and interlaced settings in Mocha and FCP.
Still no joy.

What’s up?

Kind regards,

Hans
—End Quote—


#24

When you created the mocha projects did you choose to “de-interlace” your footage on import?
Am traveling tomorrow, but will ty to look on Weds.
Best,
Ross