freetrack Python Script

freetrack Python Script
DESCRIPTION:
 A tool for streaming and recording FreeTrack data.

DEPENDENCIES:
 bin\FreeTrackClient64bit.dll (for Maya 64bit) - copy into FreeTrack folder.
 
INSTALL:
 Quit Maya if it is running.
 Copy the script and icon files to the default maya scripts and icons folder.
 If you do not set the MAYA_APP_DIR variable, the default values are:
 Windows XP
  \Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents\maya\scripts
  \Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents\maya\<version>\prefs\icons
 Windows Vista and Windows 7
  \Users\<username>\Documents\maya\scripts
  \Users\<username>\Documents\maya\<version>\prefs\icons
 Mac OS X
  ~<username>/Library/Preferences/Autodesk/maya/scripts
  ~<username>/Library/Preferences/Autodesk/maya/<version>/prefs/icons
 Linux (64-bit)
  ~<username>/maya/scripts
  ~<username>/maya/<version>/prefs/icons

USAGE (PYTHON):
 To run the script enter in the Python command line.
import freetrack

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Avatar
    Andras Csefalvay

    Hi,
    i would like to thank you. I use dualview all the time, and I have also had found utility for the freetrack plugin.
    Here is what i created:

    I aimed for a handheld camera documentary style presence on a virtual stage.

  2. Avatar
    Turan Najafov

    Thank you very much Christian.
    It is brilliant idea.
    I downloaded the script and run both applications and get connected but it shows inactive.
    How can I turn it to active mode?
    And how did you connect your virtual camera in maya to the data which comes from freetrack?
    It is very interesting and very useful.
    Thank you again.

  3. staschi
    staschi

    Sorry for the late reply, try to copy the FreeTrackClient64bit.dll into your freetrack installation folder.

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