Enables markers selected from the 3D Perspective View to be also highlighted with yellow crosshairs in the 2D camera view, based on calculated position. Crosshairs that are not directly over the marker tend to indicate occlusion or poor camera calibration.
2D view settings from the Application Settings panel.
Markers selected in the perspective view get marked with yellow crosshairs.
When enabled, Camera View shows which markers have been filtered out by the camera's circularity and size filter. This is enabled by default and is useful for inspecting why certain cameras are not tracking a specific markers in the view.
Reflection seen from a camera that has been filtered by circle.
Grayscale view of the filtered reflection.
3D view settings from the Application Settings panel.
Sets the background color of the Perspective View.
Turns a gradient “fog” effect on in the Perspective View.
Selects the color of the ground plane grid in the Perspective View.
Selects the size of the ground plane grid in the Perspective View. Specifically, it sets the number of grids along the positive and negative direction in both the X and Z axis. Each grid represents 20cm x 20cm in size within a calibrated volume.
When enabled, Motive will display the floor plane in the Perspective View. This is disabled by default to only show the floor grid.
Sets the color of selections in the 3D view port.
Displays the coordinate axis in the 3D view port.
Determines where timecode gets displayed in Motive. Timecode can be displayed either on the Perspective View or the Control Deck or hidden entirely. Timecode will be available only when the timecode signal is inputted through the eSync.
Show or hide marker count report located at the bottom-right corner of the Perspective View.
Overlays the OptiTrack logo over top of the Perspective View.
Overlays refresh rate of the display on the Perspective View.
Determines whether marker sizes in the 3D Perspective View are represented by the calculated size or overwritten with a set diameter.
When the Marker Size setting above is set to Custom, the diameter of the 3D markers will all be fixed to the inputted diameter.
Sets the color for passive markers in the 3D viewport. Retro-reflective markers or continuously illuminating IR LEDs will be recognized as passive markers in Motive.
When this is set to true. 3D positions and estimated diameter of selected markers will be displayed on the 3D viewport.
Displays a history trail of marker positions over time.
When both the marker history and this setting is enabled, marker history trail will be shown for only selected markers in the viewport.
Number of past frames for showing the marker history.
Sets the color of tracking cameras in the 3D Perspective View. Cameras that are set to Object mode or Precision mode will be considered as tracking cameras in Motive.
Sets the color of reference cameras in the 3D Perspective View. Cameras that are capturing reference MJPEG grayscale videos or color videos, for Prime Colors, will be considered as reference cameras.
Sets the color for Tracked Rays in the 3D Perspective View.
Sets the color for unlabeled rays in the 3D Perspective View.
Sets the color for untracked rays in the 3D Perspective View.
Sets the color used for visualizing the capture volume.
Minimum number of cameras required for their FOV to overlap when visualizing the capture volume.
Sets the color for labeled markers. Markers that are labeled using either Rigid Body or Skeleton solve will be colored according to their asset properties.
Shows rays stemming from camera to markers that have not been labeled.
Displays all tracked rays.
Plotting 6 DoF data for a Rigid Body in the Graph View pane.
Background color used for the plots.
When enabled, y-axis of each plot will autoscale to fit all the data in the view. It will also zoom automatically for best visualization. For fixed y-plot ranges, this setting can be disabled. See Graph View pane for more information.
The scope of domain range, in frames, used for plotting graphs.