The following issues are known to exist in this release.
(For information on CGM2 issues, see Known issues for CGM2 in the Vicon Nexus Reference Guide.)
|If you drag the Report Options pane to outside of the Nexus Quick Reports window and release the mouse button, then try to drag it back, it does not re-attach inside the Nexus Quick Reports window.||To restore the Report Options pane to its previous docked location, double-click its title bar, then drag it to the required position within the Nexus Quick Reports window.|
|The Nexus Quick Reports window does not have a Close button.||To close the window, press F4.|
|A crash can occur if any Noraxon EMG error messages are not dismissed before shutting down Nexus.||Dismiss all Noraxon EMG error messages before exiting Nexus.|
|When run via the Run Python operation, the Load Trial command in the Python SDK is not able to load a trial.||Run the Python script from IDE or command line.|
|Some of the latest versions of the FFDShow video encoder fail to work properly.||Vicon recommends the use of ffdshow_rev3562_20100907.|
|Running a legacy VPI operation removes non-standard model outputs.|
Use the equivalent native operations.
AMTI digital device plugins missing required dependencies.
For AMTI Digital Device V1_00.vdd, download Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) from https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=5582
For AMTI Digital Device V1_10.vdd, download Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86) from https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=5555
|Basler cameras do not work under Windows 10 with Pylon drivers earlier than Pylon5.||If Basler cameras will be connected to Nexus 2.5 or later, update to the Basler Pylon5 SDK and drivers (v5.0.0), which are available from the Vicon website.|
|Device drivers for Cometa/Wave depend on your Windows version.||For Windows 10 device drivers, contact Cometa. |
For Windows 7 device drivers, contact Vicon Support.
|When the system frame rate is set above 80Hz, if you enable Preview mode, no preview is displayed for Vicon Vantage cameras (the Camera view is blank).||To use Preview mode with Vantage cameras, select a system frame rate below 80Hz.|
|When you right-click the Devices node on the System Resources pane, Noraxon is not available in the Add Digital Device menu.||When you install the Noraxon plug-in (ViconInterfaceForNoraxon - v220.127.116.11.msi), change the installation path to C:\Users\Public\Documents\Vicon\Nexus2.x\DigitalDevices\|
|Noraxon Telymyo DTS device halts camera and analog data delivery when Noraxon devices are housed/not charged.||Digital devices now have an Enabled parameter in their Properties pane. To prevent a given manufacturer's plugin from holding up the rest of Nexus, clear Enabled for ALL devices from that manufacturer.|
|Unable to run legacy Static Gait Model under Japanese Windows.|
Log entry reads:
No parameter file found
|The legacy Plug in Gait model does not support international character sets. Instead of using the legacy Plug-in Gait model, use the native Nexus 2 replacement gait model (found under Data Processing pipeline operations: Process Static Plug-in Gait Model and Process Dynamic Plug-in Gait Model).|
|Export c3d at the end of a pipeline does not clear the trial and leaves the trial with a dirty flag (*).||The Export C3D operation does not write out the subjects associated with the trial. To remove the dirty flag on a trial, save the entire trial, which saves all associated files (x2d, xcp, etc), using the Save Trial - C3D + VSK operation.|
|Video capture duration can be limited directly after deletion from SSD storage.||After deleting your video files, wait a few seconds before starting your next capture. This is because some Solid State Drives require a few seconds to recover full Write speed after file deletion.|
|Spaces in variable names can cause BodyLanguage to fail.||When creating subject parameters for use in BodyLanguage modeling, use underscores instead of spaces.|
|Nexus can suffer many problems if Eclipse databases are created in locations that are Read-only. These problems range from data silently failing to save to crashes.||NEVER create Eclipse databases in locations that require administrator privileges to read or write.|
|Starting a capture very soon after a change to the system frame rate, or a resynchronization, can result in erratic capture behavior (failure or dropped frames).||Avoid starting captures soon after changing the hardware setup.|
|PAL or NTSC camcorders are included in Active Wand camera calibration if the MX system is set to run at the same standard (i.e. PAL or NTSC).||Before performing active wand camera calibration, disable the camcorders.|