Working on my first project where I’m just moving around still images with transparent backgrounds in front of a Constant white background. After adding a new image, resizing it to 0.25 scale, moving it, and then merging it with the rest of the project, I was given two warnings.
Transform2 warning: Transform2: rendered rectangle (90,44)-(130,94) contains NaN values. They have been converted to 1.
Merge3 warning: Merge3: rendered rectangle (0,0)-(480,270) contains NaN values. They have been converted to 1
A response to this post suggests that
Most of the times getting NaNs mean that either something is wrong in your graph, or there is a bug somewhere in Natron or it’s plugins. If the graph is small enough, you can attach a project file and we can take a look at it.
Typical instructions that create NaNs are dividing zero by zero, and taking the square root of a negative number
The graph is still relatively small, would somebody be willing to take a look and see if there’s “something wrong” with it, or whether this is a bug? It seems like what I did was pretty simple, so I’m not sure where there was much room for me to mess something up… but then again, I shouldn’t doubt my ability to do something dumb in 3 steps or less =P
The project file is here:
And if it is a bug, is it the sort of thing I should open an issue on GitHub about?
Thanks for any help!