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As soon as recorder starts, go to the capture area and stand in a T-pose:
 
 
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After that you can act desired motions. If you make several takes of one actor, we recommend to strike a T-pose in the beginning of each take.
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=== T-Pose ===
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As soon as recorder starts, go to the capture area and stand in a T-pose. After that you can act desired motions.  
  
 
{{Tip|Sometimes it is inconvenient or not possible to stand in T-Pose. You can do without it, but in this case initial alignment of actor model in [[iPi Mocap Studio]] will require more manual actions.}}
 
{{Tip|Sometimes it is inconvenient or not possible to stand in T-Pose. You can do without it, but in this case initial alignment of actor model in [[iPi Mocap Studio]] will require more manual actions.}}
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If you make several takes of one actor, we recommend to strike a T-pose in the beginning of each take.
  
 
{{Tip|We use tracking data from modern depth sensors for workflow improvements. You can get most of it if you follow recommendations described [[Using Tracking Data from Depth Sensors|here]].}}
 
{{Tip|We use tracking data from modern depth sensors for workflow improvements. You can get most of it if you follow recommendations described [[Using Tracking Data from Depth Sensors|here]].}}

Revision as of 07:24, 20 November 2015

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T-Pose

As soon as recorder starts, go to the capture area and stand in a T-pose. After that you can act desired motions.

Tip.png
Tip: Sometimes it is inconvenient or not possible to stand in T-Pose. You can do without it, but in this case initial alignment of actor model in iPi Mocap Studio will require more manual actions.

If you make several takes of one actor, we recommend to strike a T-pose in the beginning of each take.

Tip.png
Tip: We use tracking data from modern depth sensors for workflow improvements. You can get most of it if you follow recommendations described here.