Default Export Directory:
The default directory where exports are written to. The default value is
project:/export, i.e. in the
export sub-directory of the project.
The default image or movie file format used to export media.
Default QuickTime Codec:
On macOS, this option is available to select the default QuickTime codec and quality used to export clips (this option is only available if QuickTime is chosen as the default format above).
Default Media Foundation bit-rate:
On Windows, this option is availabvle to select the default bit-rate for exporting Media Foundation files.
Default number padding:
The default amount of padding in the filename's frame number when exporting (Default value: 6).
Export Clip Info File:
When selected, an XML formatted file is written out which details information about the exported clip. This file is written to the same directory as the exported clip, has the same name, but a
.xml file extension. The purpose of this information file is to aid integration with other systems.
The General system preferences section is a collection of miscellaneous settings that do not warrant their own category.
Offline documentation path
This option can be used to specify the location of any installed offline documentation. When installed, this will be used in place of the online documentation.
The physical unit of distance used by the application (Default: Meters).
Default tracker distance:
The default distance between the tracker and tracking points in 3D space, measured in scene units. This is use to initialise tracking points in 3D space during a camera solve (Default: 2.0).
Default system for geometry track import:
The default coordinate system used to import geometry files for tracking in the Geometry Track node. This can be overridden on a case by case basis inside the node (Default: Left-handed and Y up).
Default system for survey data import:
The default coordinate system used to import and export numerical survey coordinate data. This can be overridden on a case by case basis (Default: Left-handed and Y up).
Comfort zone viewer distance:
The default viewer distance used to estimate stereoscopic viewing comfort (Default: 1.0 Meters).
Comfort zone screen width:
The default screen width used to estimate stereoscopic viewing comfor (Default: 0.5 Meters).
LIDAR binary storage location:
The location used to store compressed binary LIDAR data. Default:
project:/scratch which represents the scratch folder in the current project folder.
Camera preset location:
A customizable location from which XML camera presets will be read for each project.
Tree preset location:
A customizable location from which XML tracking tree presets will be read for each project.
Export script location:
A customizable location from which Python export scripts will be read for each project.
Macro script location:
A customizable location from which Python macro scripts will be read for each project.
Node script location:
A customizable location from which Python node scripts will be read for each project.
Store solver logs in the project:
When selected, solver log information will be stored in the project files instead of being discarded once displayed in the user interface (Default: not selected).
Quicktime files start at frame 0 (rather than frame 1):
When selected, the start frame of a Quicktime file is numbered 0, else the start frame number will be 1. Note that when changing this preference, you must restart PFTrack before the change will take affect. (Default value: not selected, so QuickTime frame numbers start at 1.)