Stabilize image before track in mocha?

Hi everybody,
I’d like to make some corner pin and composite clip and logo in AE or in NUKE.
I notice that if I stabilized images (hand made with camera) in AE by Warp Stabilizer, in mocha the track is very fluid like the stabilized camera movement.
So, I ask if this is a the correct work flow to dale this issue:
Stabilize image in AE, render a PNG sequence and work in Mocha with this sequence.
In Nuke, just import PNG (Stabilized) sequence to match Mocha tracking data.
Also in AE, it could be better to work with created PNG Stabilized sequence, i think.

:confused:

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Hi Duca,

You can stabilize using mocha data, and you can track using mocha data. You might want to track the corner pin area first and then stabilize over the top of everything. That’s probably a better workflow, because then you don’t have to render anything to track in mocha.

Cheers,
Mary
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So Mary, you said first to stabilize and than tracking.
About stabilize, can you suggest any tutorials (I’ve mocha PRo also).

Many thanks!

Hi Duca,

You can stabilize using mocha data, and you can track using mocha data. You might want to track the corner pin area first and then stabilize over the top of everything. That’s probably a better workflow, because then you don’t have to render anything to track in mocha.

Cheers,
Mary

For AE’s Warp stabilizer I’d check mocha TV, for us we have all our stabilize tutorials here: