Bit difficult to explain this one, but I am trying to follow the tutorials on the Track, Match, Blend DVD and I am finding out that what is displayed in the movie clip editor for a particular frame on the time line differs after initially loading the file and tracking a single point.
From a clean start of Blender, I can load a mov file, set the end frame, add a tracking point and track successfully, but if I go back to the first frame 1 to add a second point what was on the first frame is no longer displayed… instead I am seeing what was on the LAST frame … and equally what is displayed for frame 2 looks like what was on frame 1 … essentially the video has shifted and ‘wrapped’ so the last frame is the first and all other frames are offset. Result is tracking is impossible…
Any ideas? Should I be creating an image sequence from the MOV’s and tracking that?
I have tried Blender 2.62 official - but was working with 2.63 RC1.