Click Main menu to view the settings dialog and navigate to "BVH Broadcasting" tab page in Axis Studio
Enable Advanced Bvh. select "TCP", choose "Local address", enter a valid net port and click "OK" to apply the settings.
Open recorded data or connect a mocap device.
navigate to "Assert Brower->Devices" in "Resources" panel, and then drag "Motion robot" into the Viewer
Configure the corresponding IP address and net port.
Click "Online" to connect to Axis Studio. "Online" button's color will turn green and the "Source" combo
box will list all characters of Axis Studio if success.
Note: Yellow light is displayed if you are connected to the Source but you didn’t receive data in the specified amount of time.
select a bound model from the Model binding field, or choose Create to create a model.
Check “live” to receive data streaming from Axis Studio.
Check "Stay In T-Pose" before characterizing.
Click “Characterize” button.
Drag the Mia character or your own model from the Motionbuilder Tutorials into the Viewer window.
Set Character and Source in Character Controls panel as the following figure shows. Now we can finish all the setup.
NOTE: If you changed the skeleton's type in Axis Studio, you need to click "Rebuild Skeleton Template" button and create a new skeleton in "Model binding" combo box.
When the Recording option for a Motion robot is active, you can record the data from Axis Studio to the
current take shows in Transport controls panel.
2.Click “Recorder” button in Transport controls panel.
4.Click “Play” button to start recording.11 - Motionbuilder plugin for Axis
5. Click “Stop” button to finish recording.
6. Uncheck “Live” to play mode.