I am trying to understand how to best approach adjusting a camera track to get the error down to something < 0.5 px
- Video clip is 141 frames, HD
- There are 8 markers/tracks
- All of these tracks look good when I visually inspect them
The solve gives me 2.48 px and the the graph, tells me that some of the tracks have errors around 3-5. I can't visually see why it is so:
If I select one of the tracks, "Track.001":
and follow that during the 141 frames, I dont see why it is so bad, see this video:
The "quick view", in the top right, its just a "mush", not clear at all, so it is hard to use, but from what I can tell, the track is on point.
If someone is interested in helping a newbie out, I can upload the PNG files (248 MB) and the project file.
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After adding about 4 more tracks, the error goes up to 169.09 px. When testing different "Refine" options, no change. The weirdest thing is that I can see the "per frame average error" (blue line below), but when looking for a blue line per track, there is none: