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'''''Under Construction. This is a new page for Real-time plugins that are to be released shortly.'''''<br>
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:45, 12 June 2019

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Installation

1. Sign in to our website (C-Motion.com).

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2. Download the latest version of the plugin installer (Visual3D Real-Time Plugins v2.01.exe).

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3. Close Visual3D.
4. Run the installer.

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5. Select whichever real-time systems you want to use.

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6. After the installer completes, restart Visual3D.

How to Start Real-time Streaming

1. Ensure that your motion capture system is streaming before starting the real-time plugin.
2. Start Visual3D.

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3. Switch to the Real-Time tab and select "Built-in RT".
4. Click on the correct plugin.

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5. Fill out the dialog with the information Visual3D needs for your specific system (see next section) and click "Done".
6. Real-time streaming will start. Some systems take a few seconds to begin streaming.

Plugin Specific Instructions

C3DStream

A file dialog will allow you to select the C3D File.

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MAC_Cortex

The server and client addresses should be the same unless you are streaming from a different machine.

Ensure that the selected cal file is correct. Picking the wrong file will cause incorrect force plate data and bad forces.

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Motive

The local and multicast addresses should be the same (localhost, 127.0.0.1 or your IP should all work) unless you are streaming from a different machine.

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Ensure that the selected command and data ports match the ones from Motive. Pay particular attention to the circled settings.

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Qualisys

Make sure to select "Play with Real-Time Output" when streaming from QTM.

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The QTM server address should be localhost, 127.0.0.1 or the IP address of the machine running QTM.

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We recommend using the default port (22222). If for some reason you need to change it, ensure that the port matches your settings.

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Vicon

The Nexus server address should be localhost, 127.0.0.1 or the IP address of the machine running Nexus.

Ensure that the selected system file is correct. Picking the wrong file will cause incorrect force plate data and bad forces.

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Troubleshooting

Markers not showing up?

- Make sure that the markers have labels in your motion capture system.
- Open Edit > Preferences in Visual3D and ensure that "Targets" is checked in the 3D View Options tab.

Missing / incorrect forces from QTM?

- Make sure that you are streaming from a .qtm file, not .c3d.
- Ensure that the correct system or calibration file was selected if using Nexus or Cortex.

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