Data Streaming Pane

Data Streaming Pane

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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