Difference between revisions of "Data Streaming Pane"

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'''Broadcast Frame Data'''
 
  
 
==OptiTrack Streaming Engine==
 
==OptiTrack Streaming Engine==
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[[File:DatastreamingPane_Engine.png|350px|right]]
 
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===Network Interface===
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'''OptiTrack Streaming Engine:'''  Streams marker, rigid body, or skeletal data via OptiTrack’s NatNet streaming engine. 
  
'''OptiTrack Streaming Engine:'''  Streams marker, rigid body, or skeletal data via OptiTrack’s NatNet streaming engine.
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'''Broadcast Frame Data:'''  Default: Unchecked. Allows broadcasting the frame data. This box needs to be checked in order to start the streaming.  
  
  
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'''Scale:'''  Sets the scaling for streamed skeletal data.
 
'''Scale:'''  Sets the scaling for streamed skeletal data.
  
'''Bone Naming Convention:'''  Motive/FBX/BHV
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'''Bone Naming Convention:'''  Determines the bone naming convention for the streamed data among Motive, FBX, and BVH. It must match with the convention used in the streaming destination.
  
  
 
===Advanced Network Options===
 
===Advanced Network Options===
'''Up Axis:'''   
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'''Up Axis:'''  Selects the upward axis in the streamed data. (Default: Y Axis).
  
'''Remote Trigger:'''
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'''Remote Trigger:''' Allows using the remote trigger for the streaming. (Default: False).
  
'''Type:'''  Selects the mode of broadcast for NatNet.  Valid options are:  Multicast (Default), Unicast.
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'''Type:'''  Selects the mode of broadcast for NatNet.  Valid options are:  Multicast, Unicast. (Default: Multicast).
 
   
 
   
'''Command Port:'''  Specifies the port to be used for negotiating the connection between the NatNet server and client. Default is 1510.
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'''Command Port:'''  Specifies the port to be used for negotiating the connection between the NatNet server and client. (Default: 1510).
 
   
 
   
'''Data Port:'''  Specifies the port to be used for streaming data from the NatNet server to the client(s). Default is 1511.
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'''Data Port:'''  Specifies the port to be used for streaming data from the NatNet server to the client(s). (Default: 1511).
 
   
 
   
 
'''Local Interface:'''  Specifies the network adapter to use for streaming NatNet data.  Valid options are:  Preferred (auto-select) (default), Local Loopback, and available network adapters by IP address.
 
'''Local Interface:'''  Specifies the network adapter to use for streaming NatNet data.  Valid options are:  Preferred (auto-select) (default), Local Loopback, and available network adapters by IP address.
 
   
 
   
'''Multicast interface:'''  Specifies the multicast broadcast address.  Default is 239.255.42.99.
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'''Multicast interface:'''  Specifies the multicast broadcast address.  (Default: 239.255.42.99).
 
   
 
   
 
   ''Note:  When streaming to clients based on NatNet 2.0 or below, the default multicast address should be changed to 224.0.0.1 and the data port should be changed to 1001.''
 
   ''Note:  When streaming to clients based on NatNet 2.0 or below, the default multicast address should be changed to 224.0.0.1 and the data port should be changed to 1001.''
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'''VRPN Streaming Engine:'''  Streams rigid body data via the VRPN protocol.
 
'''VRPN Streaming Engine:'''  Streams rigid body data via the VRPN protocol.
  
'''VRPN Broadcast Port:'''  Specifies the broadcast port for VRPN streaming.  Default is 3883.
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'''VRPN Broadcast Port:'''  Specifies the broadcast port for VRPN streaming.  (Default: 3883).
  
  

Revision as of 21:17, 24 August 2015

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OptiTrack Streaming Engine

DatastreamingPane Engine.png

OptiTrack Streaming Engine: Streams marker, rigid body, or skeletal data via OptiTrack’s NatNet streaming engine.

Broadcast Frame Data: Default: Unchecked. Allows broadcasting the frame data. This box needs to be checked in order to start the streaming.


Streaming Options

Stream Markers: Controls the streaming of individual marker locations over NatNet.

Stream Rigid Bodies: Controls the streaming of rigid body name, position, and orientation data over NatNet.

Stream Skeletons: Sets whether skeletons are streamed, if present.

Local Rigid Bodies: When enabled, the streamed position and rotation of each bone will be relative to its parent bones. Otherwise they will be global.

Skeleton as Rigid Body: Enables the streaming of skeleton segments as a series of rigid bodies.

Scale: Sets the scaling for streamed skeletal data.

Bone Naming Convention: Determines the bone naming convention for the streamed data among Motive, FBX, and BVH. It must match with the convention used in the streaming destination.


Advanced Network Options

Up Axis: Selects the upward axis in the streamed data. (Default: Y Axis).

Remote Trigger: Allows using the remote trigger for the streaming. (Default: False).

Type: Selects the mode of broadcast for NatNet. Valid options are: Multicast, Unicast. (Default: Multicast).

Command Port: Specifies the port to be used for negotiating the connection between the NatNet server and client. (Default: 1510).

Data Port: Specifies the port to be used for streaming data from the NatNet server to the client(s). (Default: 1511).

Local Interface: Specifies the network adapter to use for streaming NatNet data. Valid options are: Preferred (auto-select) (default), Local Loopback, and available network adapters by IP address.

Multicast interface: Specifies the multicast broadcast address. (Default: 239.255.42.99).

  Note:  When streaming to clients based on NatNet 2.0 or below, the default multicast address should be changed to 224.0.0.1 and the data port should be changed to 1001.


VRPN Streaming Engine

DatastreamingPane VRPN.png

VRPN Streaming Engine: Streams rigid body data via the VRPN protocol.

VRPN Broadcast Port: Specifies the broadcast port for VRPN streaming. (Default: 3883).



Trackd Streaming Engine

DatastreamingPane Trackd.png

TrackD Streaming Engine: Streams rigid body data via the Trackd protocol.