Swap marker translation data on two indicated markers beginning at the current frame through the end of the file.
When editing marker data, often you will come across "swaps". These are a by-product of optical motion capture systems when the definition (label) of a marker suddenly (over a single frame, or following a gap) swaps its label with a neighboring marker. This is generally brought about by a physical proximity of two markers in excess of the system's ability to resolve.
Shogun's swap command provides options to swiftly remedy these occurrences whether they occur over the entire frame range of the file, or over a subset of the frame range.
|Name||Flag arguments||Argument type||Exclusive to||Comments|
|0||—||ranges||Swaps data over entire file|
|0||—||all||Swaps data over the selected ranges only|
select LFWT LWRI;
// Assuming that you have identified the time frame(s) where swaps
// occurred between these two markers, the swap command will fix them
// Performs a swap from the current frame to the start of the move