Adjust viewing angle of the 3D scene.
Zoom in and out of the 3D view port.
Middle mouse scroll Or right click+drag
Move an object around your scene.
Middle mouse click
Reset your view.
Double click in view port
Rotate subject in frustum view.
Click and rotate area between near and far plane. See visual below.
Once your sensor is plugged in and set up in the proper configuration, you're ready to record. Press the Record button to begin recording.
When recording, monitor the following:
- Diagnostic panel for dropped frames
- Color and Depth Preview windows to ensure your subject stays in frame
- Color Preview to make sure your subject is properly exposed
- Depth Preview to look for holes in the depth data caused by materials difficult to detect with the sensor
To take full advantage of the Depthkit's Refinement workflow, be sure your recordings are captured to do so:
- If possible, shoot against a keyable background like a greenscreen. Make sure the background is lit evenly.
- Record a backplate - a few seconds of your empty scene with no subject - for use difference mattes and machine-learning-driven background removal tools.
When shooting with a Kinect for Windows v2, Depthkit detects one or multiple bodies with body index detection. This provides the flexibility to capture in any space and simply remove the background as an optional export setting.
Body index detection will not recognize partial bodies, or subjects that are too close to the sensor. When recording, make sure your subject is detected, indicated by a highlighted portion of the depth preview. If there is nothing illuminated, you may not be capturing the body index data successfully.
When you have stopped your recording, the backlog will clear as the frames in memory are written to disk. You will not be able to record again until this is complete and the Record button is activated again.
Once the recording is complete, the take will appear in your Library, which displays all takes along with their duration.
Updated 10 months ago