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* Lower value of ''Mismatch'' number means better match. So your need to minimize ''Mismatch'' number while choosing settings
 
* Lower value of ''Mismatch'' number means better match. So your need to minimize ''Mismatch'' number while choosing settings
 
{{Note|When ''Mismatch'' number is negative, then greater absolute value means better match.}}
 
{{Note|When ''Mismatch'' number is negative, then greater absolute value means better match.}}
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[[Image:Depth-Sensors-Pose-Mismatch-1.png|thumb|center|600px|Pose Mimatch View]]
 
[[Image:Depth-Sensors-Pose-Mismatch-1.png|thumb|center|600px|Pose Mimatch View]]

Latest revision as of 07:22, 28 July 2015

Using Pose Mismatch View

Pose Mismatch window is a very useful tool which allows you to understand how actor settings affect tracking.

  • Pose Mismatch window is shown using View > Pose Mismatch menu item
  • Mismatch number at the top evaluates how actor model matches to video in the current frame
  • You need to run Refit Pose to match actor model to video before comparing Mismatch numbers
  • Lower value of Mismatch number means better match. So your need to minimize Mismatch number while choosing settings
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Note: When Mismatch number is negative, then greater absolute value means better match.
Pose Mimatch View