After you have calibrated a labeling skeleton for your subject (see Prepare a subject) and captured the required movement of the subject in a trial or series of trials (see Capture movement trials), you must reconstruct and label the raw camera data to create 3D markers. You can do this as a separate step, as described below, or you can specify a pipeline that includes Reconstruct and Label in the Post-Capture Pipeline Setup (see Capture the required movement), so that these operations run straight after capture.
You can choose to reconstruct and then label separately, or run both operations together, by clicking either the Reconstruct button or the Reconstruct and Label button on the Nexus toolbar, or by configuring and running the equivalent pipeline operations. Normally, you would use Reconstruct alone if you are working on a labeling skeleton template (VST), but Reconstruct and Label if you are processing movement trials.
To reconstruct and label trial data:
You can now review the results and fill any gaps in the trial data. For information, see Review trials and fill gaps.