I installed nimate 2.14 on windows 10 pro. Before installing I disabled driver signature enforcement. I have a xtion prolive sensor which i haven’t plugged in yet. When I click on the “Delicode NI mate 2” icon nothing happens. Am I missing something?
Making progress. Apparently I need to open the program in the windows system tray then press “control interface”. Next, how do I get nimate to recognize my asus xtion prolive sensor? Do I need to install asus’s software to create openni files somehow? Isn’t there a tutorial of sorts to walk me through this?
Maybe I’m getting closer still. I think possibly nimate is noticing my sensor, because if I try in “setup” to set up a openni sensor, rather than a openni2 sensor it says “can’t find sensor” when i click on it to the left. But with the openni2 sensor it doesn’t say that.
So next problem, if i go to the openni2 selection and hit source “example” ( or also “live” for that matter), and then hit “start sensor”, to the left it says “running” but then immediately turns to “stop”. Maybe if it didn’t automatically turn off my system might actually be working? What should I do?
This is the log output:
14:30:36: Input 1: Startup succesful
14:30:38: Input 1: Subroutine update timeouted after 3000 milliseconds.
14:30:38: Input 1: Usually this is a problem related to the USB device being operated. Make sure the USB device is properly connected and you aren’t running out of USB bandwidth.
14:30:39: Input 1 quit normally.
But that doesn’t make any sense, since the example clip isn’t coming from the USB port.