Hello, I am unable to get the points to show with the camera tracker. The tracking points show only when I check render track points but I am unable to move my mouse pointer over them to interact and assign anything to them. I have everything on the highest quality settings.
I attached a screenshot in case someone can see any setting I missed clicking on.
I have an iMac with:
Processor 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory 4 GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Graphics ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro 256 MB
Software Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4 (11E53)
Thank you Dave, I know how to use the camera tracker. The tracking points do not show up. I read in another thread to turn off open gl acceleration in my comp window to fix it but I do not see any settings in After XF to turn that off.
I just took a second look at your computer specs, and you only have 4 gigs. That's nothing in AE terms. You need to trick that thing out with memory. I suspect you're tracking a clip that's longer than ever attemped before, and you're running out of RAM as AE analyzes the clip, leaving no track. points.
For now, turn off multiprocessing if it's on -- there's no way you can use it -- and you shouldn't have to worry about AE using Open GL; it's not an option any more. Additionally, you should make sure your Radeon driver is fully updated; it too is a cause of AE not performing as advertised.
My Graphics Card is updated but still these points dont show. The video clip is not long at all- 37 seconds and the project does not bog down the machine at all with 4GB of Ram. I have had some massive projects loaded in here before with like 25 to 30 layers and it would work quite well. I love this camera tracker if this iMac would allow it to work. Will Adobe be looking into this problem anytime soon?
Scott, I had the same issue yesterday . I have had lots of experience using (beta testing) the AE Tracker as well as Syntheyes and The Foundry Tracker. I tracked a clip and NO tracking points or targets were visible. I deleted the clip and the comp and created a new comp from the clip. It worked that time
I have an HP Z820 with 64 GB of ram so I dont think ram is my issue. Im also up to date with the Nvidia drivers for my GTX 570 card. I know Nvidia has been the source of lots of different CS6 issues recently so my money is on that.
Turn off all graphics accelleration in your preferences. Set comp window to Adaptive Resolution. If you click render points and see them, then you uncheck render points and they go away there's some other conflict.
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