experimental camera tracking vs professional camera tracking

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I'm trying to understand the difference between these two from what I read here.

https://aximmetry.com/learn/tutorials/for-studio-operators/use-cases-for-multiple-cameras/

Can someone give me an example? Vive or Antilatency is what?

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ericmarodon
1/13/2022 6:05:10 PM
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Vive or antilatency are considered "experimental", as they're considered game tracking devices first, not broadcast systems.

Providers of "broadcast" systems are such as Mosys, Stype, NCam, Trackmen, Blacktrax, and a few more...

The most common "professional" tracking protocol is called FreeD, and it is also natively support by some PTZ cameras like the Panasonic AW-UE150 or AW-UE100 (no need to bolt on extra accessories to get the pan, tilt and zoom parameters in Aximmetry).

So you need the broadcast license to be able to read FreeD tracking data.

Best,

Eric