This article describes the most common elements of the Axis Face interface and what they do. When you open Axis Face for the first time, the Level Editor opens.
You will see the following window:
|3||FPS||Select recording Framerate 24,30,60|
|4||Record Icon||Initiates face capture recording|
|5||BVH Settings||BVH settings to connect to Axis Studio|
|6||DOT Projector||Activates the dot projector from the iPhone’s depth sensor to have a visualization of the facial mapping. (This does not increases or decreases the quality of your capture)|
|7||Camera||Activates your camera so you can see actual footage of your recording.|
Getting your iPhone’s IP Address (to connect to Axis Studio)
- Make sure your Phone is connected to a network
- Go to your Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Click on the information button next to the network you are connected to (“i”)
- Scroll down and look for the IP Address number. You need this IP Address to connect to Axis Studio.
Connecting Axis-Face to Axis Studio (v2.11+)
- Open Axis Studio, calibrate your sensors and connect your sensors. (The sensors NEED to be connected to Axis Studio for this to work)
- In Axis Studio go to Settings -> BVH Broadcasting -> Capture -> set the Protocol to UDP -> go to Destination Address and set the IP Address to your iPhone’s IP Address -> Port number can be set to 7004.
- Open Axis Face and go to BVH Broadcasting Settings: UDP -> the IP Address should be the Local IP being used in Axis Studio -> set the Port number and the Destination Port Number.
- Click Connect to Axis Studio. If you get an error make sure your phone and computer are on the same network and your sensors are correct.