Operating system: Windows 10
Graphics card: RTX 2070SU
Broken: v2.83.0 and 2.90 (2020-06-06 00:05) rBa39cc5ae4da2
Short description of error
Baking keyframes is not working
Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
- Open a video in the movie clip editor and add tracking markers to it and track the scene.
- Solve the track by selecting Solve from the toolbar on the left of the movie clip editor and pressing the Solve camera motion button.
- Apply the solved camera motion to the scene camera by selecting Setup tracking scene in the Solve -> Scene setup tab on the left of the movie clip editor.
- Select the camera in the 3D viewport and in the Constraints tab of the Properties editor select Constrain to F-Curve and a error message should pop up.
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/media/Alaska/HDD/Home/Documents/Blender Versions/blender-2.83.0-linux64/2.83/scripts/startup/bl_operators/clip.py", line 546, in execute self._bake_object(scene, ob) File "/media/Alaska/HDD/Home/Documents/Blender Versions/blender-2.83.0-linux64/2.83/scripts/startup/bl_operators/clip.py", line 489, in _bake_object if con.object: AttributeError: 'CameraSolverConstraint' object has no attribute 'object'
Here's a .blend file with steps 1-3 complete.
(in both versions of Blender is open same project)
Solve camera, press "Constraint to F-Curve".