So I am not sure if this has been fixed or looked into officially but I remember on Silhouette 5 if you had a stabilised layer the further you got away from the internal reference frame the points & transform box in the viewer would skew and it would be super difficult to select and manipulate the shape and its points.
In Silhouette 7.5 the same thing still appears to happen, all be it the roto points don’t seem to skew or get super small anymore but selecting them in the viewer and using the transform tool is still super difficult. Not sure if the same in v2020?
I know @mborgo created this tool years ago to act as basically a reference frame switch right for your track data?
I’m sure it was working fine in Silhouette 5 but in Silhouette 7 all it seems to do is just create the ‘offset matrix helper’ layer but doesn’t actually do anything. Unless I am doing something wrong with this specifically?
But basically are they any solutions to fixing this issue? I just so happen to be doing a rather large roto shot involve a lot of long body tracking which is giving me a lot of stabilised viewer issues…