Range of frames offset by one frame

I m trying to round trip a range of frames from After Effects CC to Mocha Pro 3.1 - want to use Remove module to remove a logo from a particular scene that is a separated clip on a timeline.
When clip comes in into Mocha Pro it is offset by one frame. It starts one frame earlier and ends one frame earlier in effect bringing in the last frame of outgoing clip and missing the last frame of the clip in question.
Frame offset settings have no effect on this.
Please advise.

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I m trying to round trip a range of frames from After Effects CC to Mocha Pro 3.1 - want to use Remove module to remove a logo from a particular scene that is a separated clip on a timeline.
When clip comes in into Mocha Pro it is offset by one frame. It starts one frame earlier and ends one frame earlier in effect bringing in the last frame of outgoing clip and missing the last frame of the clip in question.
Frame offset settings have no effect on this.
Please advise.
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It seems that the issue is with clips that do not have timecode starting at 00000

Hi there,
This is because all the settings must match from AE to mocha, and if they do not, there will be an offset for the difference between the two settings.
Please always make sure your clip settings match across the board.
Cheers,
Mary