Main page → Application Settings → Application Settings: General
In Motive, the Application Settings can be accessed under the View tab or by clicking icon on the main toolbar. Default Application Settings can be recovered by Reset Application Settings under the Edit Tools tab from the main Toolbar.
Applications Setting Pages:
Live-Pipeline settings contain camera filter settings and solver settings for obtaining 3D data in Motive. Please note that these settings are optimized by default and should provide high-quality tracking for most applications. The settings that might need to be adjusted based on the application are visible by default (i.e. not advanced).
The most commonly changed settings are...
Solver settings for recorded captures:
The solver settings control how each marker trajectory gets reconstructed into the 3D space and how rigid bodies and skeletons track. The solver is designed to work for most applications without needing to modify any settings. However, in some instances changing some settings will lead to better tracking results. The settings that may need to be changed are visible by default. There are also a large number of advanced settings that we don’t recommend changing, but the tooltips are available if needed. The settings that users may need to be changed are listed below with descriptions.
These are general tracking settings for the solver not related to creating 3D markers or booting assets. Do not change these settings in Live mode as incorrect settings can negatively affect the tracking, this is mostly useful when optimizing 3D data for recorded captures with actors in difficult positions to track.
The Trajectorizer settings control how the 2D marker data is converted into 3D points in the calibrated volume. The trajectorizer performs reconstruction of 2D data into 3D data, and these settings control how markers are created in the 3D scene over time.
The Booter settings control when the assets start tracking, or boot, on the trajectorized 3D markers in the scene. In other words, these settings determine when rigid bodies and/or skeletons track on a set of markers.
This section of the application settings is used for configuring the 2D filter properties for all of the cameras.