Selecting a Clip to Track

There is a short description at the bottom of the Manual
http://www.imagineersystems.com/support/Documentation/clip-management
My question is: do the imported clips have to be the same (just with different color corrections).
Or you can import several different clips with no relation to each other and track them separately.
The same with Selecting a Clip to Rotoscope?
When I change to clip for tracking, that is different than the first imported clip it is not possible to add any curves and layers.

Hi Ribel,
Sorry we missed this one!
In order for you to roto other imported clips they have to inherit the same attributes as the original clip. This is because projects are set up based on the properties of the base clip.
While this is a limitation, it is useful for when you have to roto different eyes for stereo, as they have to match up.

Hi Ribel,

Sorry we missed this one!

In order for you to roto other imported clips they have to inherit the same attributes as the original clip. This is because projects are set up based on the properties of the base clip.

While this is a limitation, it is useful for when you have to roto different eyes for stereo, as they have to match up.

There is a short description at the bottom of the Manual

http://www.imagineersystems.com/support/Documentation/clip-management

My question is: do the imported clips have to be the same (just with different color corrections).
Or you can import several different clips with no relation to each other and track them separately.
The same with Selecting a Clip to Rotoscope?

When I change to clip for tracking, that is different than the first imported clip it is not possible to add any curves and layers.

Just checking.
Are my questions understandable?
:slight_smile:

Just checking.
Are my questions understandable?
:slight_smile:

Thanks for reply!

Thanks for reply!