3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 20, 2015 6:13 AM by Rick Gerard

    3D Motion Tracking Error/Crash in progress [Urgent Help Please!]

    Spiral Motion

      Hey there!

       

      I'm an video editor and I use 3D Motion Tracking a lot but recently every time I use it, it comes up with an error and says crash in progress,

      It never used to do it and I can't seem to find any solutions to fix it.


      Computer Specs:

      Manufacturer: Toshiba
      Model: Notebook
      Processor: AMD E1-2100 APU with Radeon(TM) HD Graphics 1.00 GHz

      Installed Memory: 4.00 GB (3.45 GB Usable)
      System type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor

       

       

      So here's how I get to the problem. (I'll try provide as much detail as possible)

      1. I import a mp4/avi file into After Effects,
      2. Create a new composition with:
      • 1280 x 720 (16:9)
      • Frame Rate = 30
      • Duration = 30 seconds
      • Resolution = Third
      • Advanced
        Renderer = Classic 3D
        (Boxes Underneath all unchecked)
        Options:
        Shadow Map Resolution = Comp Size

      Motion Blur:
      Shutter Angle = 180 Degrees
      Shutter Phrase = -90 Degrees
      Samples Per Frame = 16
      Adaptive Sample Limit = 128

         3.  Drag the mp4/avi into the composition to use it. (1.21 Seconds Long)

         4.  Right click on it and go to Effect > Perspective > 3D Camera Tracker

         5.  The 3D Camera Tracker initializes with these settings:

      • Shot type = Fixed Angle of View
      • Show Track Points = 3D Solved
      • Track Point Size = 100.0%
      • Target Size = 100.0%

         6.   Loads Frames 0% > 100% then as soon as the orange line shows up with Solving camera it shows this,

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         and when I click okay it shows this,

      Capture2.JPG

         and then finally this,

      Capture3.JPG
         and then it crashes. that's the same process every time and it still comes up with this.

       

         Help would be appreciated !

       

         Thank you !