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The Devices pane can be accessed under the View tab in Motive or by clicking icon on the main toolbar.
Note for Flex 3 Systems:
There is a known issue where adjusting system frame rates under the Devices pane does not modify the sampling rate. To adjust frame rates in Flex 3 camera systems, go to the Synchronization pane, switch to custom synchronization mode, make sure Sync Mode → OptiSync is set, input desired frame rate under the Internal Sync Freq (Hz) entry, and apply the customized sync configuration.
Depending on which item is selected under the Devices pane, corresponding properties will show up at the bottom of the pane.
All of the devices properties are persisted between different launches of Motive. These properties will be saved under the Profile XML file.
The following properties can be configured when the Tracking group is selected from the Devices pane. This properties section configures properties for the whole camera system.
When a frame of image is captured by a camera, the 2D Object Filter is applied. By judging on sizes and shapes of the detected reflections, this filter determines which of them can be accepted as marker reflections. Parameters for the 2D Object filter are configured in the Devices pane under the Filters section.
For Motive 2.0 and above. The 2D Object filter settings in the Reconstruction Settings pane have been moved over to the Devices pane.
The following properties can be configured when a Camera is selected from the Devices pane. Please note that the available properties might be slight different on different camera models.
The following properties can be configured when a force plate or a Force Plates group is selected from the Devices pane.
The following properties can be configured when a NI-DAQ device is selected from the Devices pane.
The following properties can be configured a analog input channel under a NI-DAQ device is selected from the Devices pane.
Depending on the model, NI-DAQ devices may have different sets of allowable input types and voltage ranges for their analog channels. Refer to your NI-DAQ device User's Guide for detailed information about supported signal types and voltage ranges.