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Issues addressed in Evoke 1.3.1

Vicon Evoke 1.3.1 resolves a number of issues, including the following: 

  • Object booting now behaves as expected when Halve Processing Rate Post-Centroid Tracking processing option is enabled.
  • If you force close Evoke, your selection for Ask before recovery of latest settings in Preferences is now saved when you restart Evoke.
  • During calibration, when you are setting the origin, the wand is now displayed in the 3D Scene.
  • Large volume calibrations can now be scaled (using the new feature) to match external reference measurements (see Scale calibration and set a fixed origin).

Issues addressed in Evoke 1.3

Vicon Evoke 1.3 resolves a number of issues, including the selection listed here: 

  • You can now calibrate a system using Evoke headless.
  • The presence of Vue cameras in the system no longer results in an unrecoverable error after calibration.
  • Basic objects are now tracked if there was previously a Smart Object with the same name (ie, a deleted Smart Object) in the current Evoke session.
  • Setting a ViperX to default parameters with Low Jitter Mode off does not now cause an increase in delivery latency.
  • Editing a subject name no longer causes Evoke to stop unexpectedly.
  • Evoke no longer occasionally stops responding when you click a Smart Object.
  • x2d files recorded in Evoke now display timecode information.
  • Several specific instances causing the application to crash.

For more details, please review the release notes.