I have done my research and know that a reason for this might be that I don't have eight good trackers. However, I do have at least eight trackers in every frame of the shot, and I still get the same message everytime (some data failed to reconstruct, see console for more details). Also, where can I find the console? I looked at the python console and the info in the scripting work space, but I couldn't find anything. I also have no idea (besides eyeballing it in the tracker preview window) whether my trackers are good or not, since the solve error changes everytime I click on solve. I have keyframe unchecked, it still changes everytime I do something. For a short periodt of time it seemed to be working just fine, I could change the weights of the trackers and managed to drop the solve error to about 1.9, but suddenly I began getting random numbers again, over 100 etc, even though I didn't change anything but adjust the weight of another tracker. Sometimes solve error equals "nan". What does THAT mean? Some trackers are highlighted in yellow, some in red when I hit A to select all (I have info turned on). First I thought it was because those trackers are the ones that failed and kept refining them, but then I realised that if I select any red tracker, unselect it and select all again it turns yellow, and others turn red. I'm so confused. Checking the tripod box doesn't make it better either. Does anyone know what I can do to get a half decent track out of this?
Also, does anyone know where I can upload the .blend file? I tried a few but the file size is about 64201KB and that's too large for most sites. I can only provide screenshots for now.
Link to the footage I'm using: https://vimeo.com/419597015 (password is "tracking issue")