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jacobw56

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Planar tracker error - invalid reference time

PostWed Nov 06, 2019 3:07 pm

I'm new to Resolve, and this is surely a n00b problem, but I can't find the error when I google it. I am trying to set up a planar tracker following some online tutorials. I select a clip that I trimmed in the Edit window, I hop to Fusion, add a Planar Tracker, draw my polygon, then when I hit the Track to End button I get

"Track failed: invalid reference time. The reference time 0 must be within the render range (which is currently set to [2759,2896])"

My guess is that 2759 is the In point of my clip, is there some way to set this to 0 for Fusion?
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Re: Planar tracker error - invalid reference time

PostSat Nov 09, 2019 1:39 am

jacobw56 wrote:I'm new to Resolve, and this is surely a n00b problem, but I can't find the error when I google it. I am trying to set up a planar tracker following some online tutorials. I select a clip that I trimmed in the Edit window, I hop to Fusion, add a Planar Tracker, draw my polygon, then when I hit the Track to End button I get

"Track failed: invalid reference time. The reference time 0 must be within the render range (which is currently set to [2759,2896])"

My guess is that 2759 is the In point of my clip, is there some way to set this to 0 for Fusion?


You can set your reference time to be something other than 0.
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Re: Planar tracker error - invalid reference time

PostFri Jul 31, 2020 10:36 pm

For anyone who ends up here -- as far as I can tell this is happening because the area it's trying to track isn't working. I was trying to track a very small area and getting this error message. I expanded my points a good bit and it worked like a charm.

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