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R20 motion tracking issue

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I just discovered an issue with R20 that I did not have in R19. When I create a motion tracker object and import the footage I want to track, whether it be a movie file or an image sequence the footage does not appear in the view port unless I deselect the motion tracker object. This makes it impossible for me to adjust any of the parameters or perform a track and see the footage at the same time. 

 

In R19 and previous versions the footage I am tracking is viewable in the viewport whether or not I have the Motion tracker object selected or not. 

 

I've attached a video demonstrating my issue. Not sure what is happening. It might be I need a new graphic card perhaps. 

 

Mac Pro ( Mid 2010)

64 GB RAM

2x3.33 GHz 6 core intel Xeon

ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024 MB

 

 

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Deleting my preferences fixed the issue. I've deleted my preferences 4 times to fix random weird behavior since upgrading to R20. Including not being able to rotate objects, icons in the tool bar not displaying being some of them. I wonder if I should just re-install....

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R20 introduced a dedicated 2D Tracks Mode to allow usage of non Motion Tracker specific tools such as selection tools. Could be that this is the culprit here. 

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I did not contact support yet, but deleting my preferences fixed that particular issue. If I run into another weird issue I’ll likely reinstall R20.

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