Set your in and out point on the timeline. When exporting a multi-cam clip, all sub-clips will adopt the in/out points for the sensor perspective that is selected and active in the 3D viewport.

Export formats

There are a few ways to export your Depthkit Studio clip.

Export settings

Bitrate: Set the target bitrate of your Combined Per Pixel Video. Lower bitrates will result in smaller files, but may introduce artifacts in the color and/or depth of your captures.

Maximum Resolution: These controls independently constrain the horizontal and vertical resolution of the exported Combined Per Pixel Video or Image Sequence. The maximum values are determined by the resolution and crop settings of your captures, and can be reduced to accommodate different playback platforms and devices.


Video Codec Constraints

Depthkit Combined Per Pixel Videos are encoded as H.264 MP4 files. The H.264 codec defines the limit of the resolution of videos encoded to this format. To stay within this specification and to ensure wide support for playback, Depthkit Combined Per Pixel Videos are limited to 4096 x 4096. To encode Depthkit Combined Per Pixel Videos to a different codec with different constraints, you can export a Depthkit Combined Per Pixel Image Sequence, format it into a squarer frame, and encode it into video using external tools like FFmpeg.

Next steps

A Combined-per-Pixel video, poster, and metadata file are everything you need to get started in Unity with the Depthkit Studio Expansion.

If you have exported a Combined-per-Pixel image sequence, you'll need to encode it into a video by following the steps in Image Sequence encoding.