You have a frame rate mismatch plus possibly incorrect field interpretation and because of that, your keyframes don't align properly. Check your comp settings vs. the footrage interpretation.
Thanks for the help.
I makes sense that it is the frames.
So I'm checking the frame rates now. Under the video file interpretation,
Frame Rate: "Use frame rate from file: (29.970 fps)"
Fields and Pulldown: Spereate Fields=Off
Under the Comp(which was made from just dragging my file to the timeline)
Frame Rate: 29.97 Frames per second
~Preserve frame rate when nested or in render queue is UNCHECKED
~Preserve resolution when nested is UNCHECKED
Not sure if there is something I didn't list here that would need to be. I still can't get the video to work and these seem like the right settings.
Is there something I'm not seeing? Or is this something I just don't know to check ?
P.S. I also tried stabilizing the footage when the video's frame rate was set to "Conform to frame rate 29.97" Same issue, everytime I RAM preview/render the footage gets jumpier and jumpier.
Well, fields off with NTSC footage? Not good. Turn on correct field usage and then also tell the tracker to use fields for analysis. Without fields, you could actualyl see those jumps due to the tracker locking on to the "comb" patterns and jumping around...