Working with large files and lots of tracking data in Mocha AE?

I’ll be starting a project soon where there will basically be a 3 minute continues shot with dozens of planes to track, many of which will exit the frame and then re-enter.
The footage is 4K (though there’s a possibility we’ll downsize to 2K). So, the source files will be massive (many many many GB’s in size).
Is there some sort of “best practices” for handling large files that are multiple minutes long that will have a lot of tracking data throughout the entire shot?

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You can try tracking at half rez and then upsizing. But basically long tracks will require a lot of adjust track work after you’re done with the initial track and they will require some manual work if planes go on and off screen. How long of a shot are you talking about?

Basically mocha will handle whatever your hardware can handle.

You can try tracking at half rez and then upsizing. But basically long tracks will require a lot of adjust track work after you’re done with the initial track and they will require some manual work if planes go on and off screen. How long of a shot are you talking about?
Basically mocha will handle whatever your hardware can handle.

I’ll be starting a project soon where there will basically be a 3 minute continues shot with dozens of planes to track, many of which will exit the frame and then re-enter.

The footage is 4K (though there’s a possibility we’ll downsize to 2K). So, the source files will be massive (many many many GB’s in size).

Is there some sort of “best practices” for handling large files that are multiple minutes long that will have a lot of tracking data throughout the entire shot?

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You can try tracking at half rez and then upsizing. But basically long tracks will require a lot of adjust track work after you’re done with the initial track and they will require some manual work if planes go on and off screen. How long of a shot are you talking about?

Basically mocha will handle whatever your hardware can handle.
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It’s a 3 minute continuous shot.

Just didn’t know if there were any tips/tricks people use to handle long, somewhat complex tracks of large footage (both in length and size).

—Quote (Originally by MaryP)—
You can try tracking at half rez and then upsizing. But basically long tracks will require a lot of adjust track work after you’re done with the initial track and they will require some manual work if planes go on and off screen. How long of a shot are you talking about?
Basically mocha will handle whatever your hardware can handle.
—End Quote—
It’s a 3 minute continuous shot.
Just didn’t know if there were any tips/tricks people use to handle long, somewhat complex tracks of large footage (both in length and size).