Sorry, but you have wasted your time with useless post. That's like trying to describe the various shades of the sky to the blind person. Provide screen shots of what it looks like in AE and mocha, info on the footage and its interpretation, the comp settings and so on.
Attaching screenshots was part of the plan but adobe.com threw an error. Let me try again:
How it looks in Mocha though. A completely different shape:
In mocha the shape is always rectangular tracked perfectly to the sticker. In After effects when pasting that mocha shape data the shape is that huge skinny mask. Scrubbing through the video it moves around but is all wrong.
The footage is 1080p interpretted at 29.97 fps in both Mocha and After Effects.
Seems to me that you may have some weird scale issue. Is there a chance you scaled the track in mocha or did something weird to the planar tracker? Working at tiny scales could lead to all sorts of precision issues and the mask handles flipping around, which I think is what you are seeing - mocha mixes up the mask point order. Can you provide a sample of the coordinates pasted from mocha?
I didn't scale the track in after effects. It is just a blank adjustment layer with a box blur and the mocha shape data as the mask. I don't think I scaled in mocha. Because the track lines up in mocha. I can paste the shape data. Also of note when I tried exporting corner pin data mocha threw an error.
I've tried duplicating the layer in mocha and exporting that and I get the esame bug.
You may want to email Imagineer Systems support to help resolve your issue: http://www.imagineersystems.com/contact_form
A few notes: we have seen issues similar to your post when a user links a roto shape to some "bad" tracking data.
In mocha AE, view your Surface (blue rectangle). Is it staying relative to the area you have tracked or is it all skewed and wonky?
If you planar track is severely off, we have seen some issues with the mask to AE.
Another thing to try is instead of using "mocha shape" plug-in, try copying the shape from mocha AE, and in AE use: Edit>paste>mocha mask
This will convert the mocha shape directly to the AE mask layer.
Best of luck.
Imagineer Systems, developers of mocha planar tracking tools
Viewing the surface, the blue rectangle in mocha is not even visible on the video. On another tracked layer it sort of stays in the middle of the roto shape.
I am not aware of a "mocha shape" plugin and have been using Edit>paste>mocha mask. I will try sending an email.
I'm having trouble sending an email to imagineer using that contact page. I'm not getting a confirmation or anything so I assume the form is broken.
You can try to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are 2 ways to paste in mocha roto data from mocha AE to AE CC:
1. Edit>paste mocha mask - converts roto data to AE mask
2. Edit>paste - will apply the roto shape as a "mocha shape" effect plug-in.