To start off I always apply tracking data to a null then parent the null to the layers that should follow the track.
Make sure that you have picked the right target. Make sure that you've picked the right options. You should be using Transform as the track type. You should also do a quick Google search. There are a bunch of tracking tutorials out there.
If your null follows the object then you can parent the adjustment layer to the null. That should do it.
Thanks for the reply. That's what I did. I did a Google search and found a tutorial on tracking. I followed it to the 'T'. That's why I was using an adjustment layer. It was recommended to do so in the tutorial. I'll try your suggestion using a null layer. Hopefully, it will do the trick. Is there a reason why you prefer a null layer over an adjustment layer?
Hi Rick. Just wanted to say thanks. I created a null object to follow the object and then parented an adjustment layer to the null object. It worked perfectly. Thanks so much.