Motive 1.8.0 Beta 1 is now available

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Motive 1.8.0 Beta 1 is now available

Post by NaturalPoint-Dustin » Tue May 12, 2015 1:28 pm


Motive 1.8.0 Beta 1 is now available

Motive 1.8.0 Beta 1 introduces Calibration Engine 2.0, initial scripting support, numerous new options for external synchronization, and improved on-camera filtering for cleaner reconstructions—along with over 100 additional features, enhancements, and fixes.

Download 1.8.0 Beta 1 here. Unsure if you are are eligible for this release? Look up your license status.

New Features & Enhancements

Motive 1.8.0 Beta 1
  • Fix a few issues related to the eSync 2. This release is recommended for all users of eSync 2 devices.
  • All-new rigid body solver that takes advantage of additional information to produce more stable solutions.
  • Skeleton tracking has been significantly improved for many difficult tracking situations.
  • The calibration in use when Motive shuts down will automatically load when launching Motive.
  • Unlimited custom UI layouts can now be saved and easily retrieved. A default layout can be selected which will be restored when starting Motive.
  • Recording and playback of audio from standard Windows audio devices is now supported, and audio files can be explicitly exported from take files.
  • Graphs support toggling visibility of X/Y/Z components, a new Combined view, and box-selection for easy selection of individual keys and key groups.
  • Motive Batch Processor (through the NMotive scripting interfaces) now supports access and editing of scene nodes, channel information, and keyframe data.
  • The TRC motion file format is supported through a new exporter.
  • Plus over 100 additional enhancements and fixes.
View the entire changelog.

If you require technical support using Motive, please contact our technical support team.

Direct download link: ... a1_x64.exe ... a1_x32.exe

Requires a license valid through April 30, 2015 (check license status here).

Download section on the OptiTrack site: ... otive.html

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