A new version is available for online update in ZM Launcher.
Added support for UE5 LiveLink through the FreeD protocol. In UE5 just enable LiveLink FreeD camera source and use it to control your virtual camera. Currently Joint moves are not correct displayed in UE5, please use Linear or Spline moves for now – Joint moves will be supported in v1.2.2. Configure the UE5 server in the system settings and streaming will be enabled/disabled with the “UE5 LiveLink” toggle switch in the Camera section
Added system settings dialog – “Settings…” button is next to “Exit”
Added selection for camera payload in the General Settings tab, this will limit the max. speed and acceleration depending on your camera rig weight.
Added settings for UE5 server IP and Port in the UE5 LiveLink tab – currently for 1 Server, up to 5 servers will be supported in v1.2.2
Added Sync Offset to adjust render pipeline run time in the UE5 LiveLink tab. The system is sending the timline path information ahead in time of the actual robot/FIZ move defined by this offset in ms. Granularity is 10ms
Deleting a Lens Profile is now asking for confirmation
Improved FIZ motor updates when running the timeline, especially on fast moves for high speed shots
Fixed a problem that FIZ Iris and Zoom reacted strange when using keyframes close to the beginning or end of the motor range
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