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Yes, it's too wobbly. You need to prep your footage by removing rolling shutter and possibly even stabilizing it. And of course set all options to cover for variable zoom and free movment. Still, even then it may not result in any valid solves. Such stuff simply isn't meant for these kinds of cameras where literally every single parameter changes with every frame.
thank you for your reply .. i will try to retake the shot at better control
First of all, im sorry i don't realy speak english haha
Umm i have the same problem of z.joker1337, it said Analysis solve failed.
I took my shot with my Gopro Hero 3 silver Edition.
and my camera was on a stand, it dont move.
If your camera was on a stand and didn't move then Camera Tracker is the wrong tool. It was trying to analyze the movement in the scene and that movement must be in 3D space for a solution to be found. If it's just a bunch of objects moving independently then there is no 3D Camera solution for the problem.
it said Analysis solve failed... and my camera was on a stand, it dont move.
Then why do you need to stabalize the the shot? What is wrong with it? Please describe.
If After Effects can't find any camera movement in the shot, then it will tell you that it failed to analyze the shot for camera movement. In other words, it's behaving as it should in this case.
I cant use the 3d camera tracker effect for many of my videos.It works fine for some of my game recordings but it simply says"analysis solve failed" for the other game videos and videos from my camera.I have done everything like dumping preferences,allowing internet access,allowing through firewall,solving compatibility issues,encoding the media files as ".mov" and many more.
please help me