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High fidelity finger support
Shogun Post supports the new high fidelity fingers marker sets and works with the Subject Setup panel and offline workflow.
You can change various parameters to get the best results, for example, you can scale the hands if they are too large or add pre-rotations to joints to get a better fit.
For more information, see Vicon Shogun 1.3 Post Tutorial - Finger Solve Adjustments on YouTube.
You can now import your own FBX or USD file and use it for retargeting in Shogun Post. After you've prepared it, adjusted its pose and added constraints, you can export to FBX, USD, or VSR for use in other takes in Post or to use the VSR in real time in Live.
For more information, see:
Retarget with Shogun Post in Getting started with Shogun
and the relevant videos on YouTube:
Enhanced scene visualization
Shogun Post now offers the following features to help you better visualize your scenes.
Additional export formats
The following additional export formats are now available.
Ability to resample data
In Shogun Post, the new resample command enables you to resample captured data to a different timecode standard and/or rate.
You can convert your motion capture data to a new timecode and/or rate that you specify and export the data saved at the new rate.
You can also specify whether to include unlabeled markers and gaps in the converted data.
For more information see resample in the Vicon Shogun Scripting Guide.
Gap-filling made easier
The following additional features have made filling gaps easier and more automated.
In and Out smoothing for filters
The new Smooth In/Out option in the Marker Editing panel offers smoother blending at the start and end of the filtered section of a trajectory curve.
For details, see:
Ensure smooth start and end to filtered trajectories in Getting Started with Vicon Shogun, Clean up data
View Filters reorganized in Post
The View Filters for the 3D Scene view have been enhanced and reorganized to make them easier to use.
In the Subjects section, the view options are displayed in a matrix, with columns for Labeling, Solving, Retargeting and Props, enabling you to choose a view configuration that suits your current task.
The default view filter sets are for labeling, solving, and retargeting, but you can add your own filter sets by clicking New Preset.
To rename, copy, remove or restore any filter set to its default value, right-click on a filter set and then click the required option.
Your settings, including any custom presets, are automatically saved, so that you can easily re-use them for different workflows.
New scripting commands
The following new/restored scripting commands are available in Shogun Post: