Difference between revisions of "Quick Start Guide for Single Depth Sensor Configuration"

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* [[iPi_Recorder_Installation|Install iPi Recorder]] and [[iPi_Mocap_Studio_Installation|iPi Mocap Studio]].
 
* [[iPi_Recorder_Installation|Install iPi Recorder]] and [[iPi_Mocap_Studio_Installation|iPi Mocap Studio]].
 
==Record==
 
==Record==
* Find a suitable space: 8 by 5 feet (2.5 by 1.5 meters).
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* Find a suitable space: not less than 8 by 5 feet (2.5 by 1.5 meters).
 
* Actor should be dressed in casual slim clothing, avoid shiny fabrics.
 
* Actor should be dressed in casual slim clothing, avoid shiny fabrics.
 
* Connect sensor to a PC, point it at the actor and use [[iPi Recorder]] to record your performance.  
 
* Connect sensor to a PC, point it at the actor and use [[iPi Recorder]] to record your performance.  
 
* Please ensure that the whole body including arms and legs is fully visible during the performance. Start from a T-pose. Then goes actor’s performance.
 
* Please ensure that the whole body including arms and legs is fully visible during the performance. Start from a T-pose. Then goes actor’s performance.
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==Track==
 
==Track==
 
* Run [[iPi Mocap Studio]] process actor performance video.  
 
* Run [[iPi Mocap Studio]] process actor performance video.  

Revision as of 05:20, 29 October 2014

Video Tutorial

iPi Mocap Studio Beginners Tutorial from Indecision Studios

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Note: This tutorial is for Version 2. New tutorials are under construction
For the Impatient

Get Hardware

  • Get the Microsoft Kinect sensor.
  • Get computer with DirectX 11 videocard.

Install

Record

  • Find a suitable space: not less than 8 by 5 feet (2.5 by 1.5 meters).
  • Actor should be dressed in casual slim clothing, avoid shiny fabrics.
  • Connect sensor to a PC, point it at the actor and use iPi Recorder to record your performance.
  • Please ensure that the whole body including arms and legs is fully visible during the performance. Start from a T-pose. Then goes actor’s performance.

Track


For more details see User Guide for Single Depth Sensor Configuration.