Once you download Depthkit from your account page, the Depthkit Setup Wizard will guide you through a straightforward installation. Once installed, the tool will auto-update whenever new features are available so you don't have to worry about manually staying up to date.
When you first launch Depthkit, we'll ask you if you would like to share anonymous user information with us to help improve the tool. These stats help us understand computers types, sensors, and general use patterns allowing us to improve your experience. This is entirely optional and the data collected will never be used to personally identify you.
Data Collection is Anonymous
We'll never be able to personally identify you with this data, and we will never be able to see anything that you are capturing. This telemetry data helps our team understand what computers are in use for Depthkit and ensures that we can create a high quality user experience.
If you accept, you will be sharing the following anonymous user statistics:
- Computer Specification including:
- Operating System
- Processor Chipset and number of cores
- Graphics chipset, driver version, and OpenGL version
- Login Activity
- Capture information including:
- Depth sensor and stream resolution
- Capture duration
- Number of dropped frames
- Export duration
If at any point, you no longer wish to share usage statistics, you can disable the feature at your convenience in the main menu once you are logged in.
Once launched, you will be greeted by the Depthkit login menu. Here you can login with your existing Depthkit account information. You can also reset your password if needed.
When logging in, you need to be connected to the internet to verify your Depthkit account access. If trying to log into Depthkit on a shoot with no internet connection, make sure you have previously signed in while you have an internet connection. Then you will be able to use Depthkit with a two week grace period so you can shoot on location with no internet access.
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