Configuration Panel

Configuration Panel consists of the following property groups:
  • Video
  • Calibration
  • Tracking
  • Target Engines
  • About


Normally the camera sets its exposure and white balance automatically according to the scene conditions. You may rarely need to adjust the camera white balance or exposure.
The video property group allows you to adjust how the talentS camera captures the scene.
Changing video property settings during the live production is not suggested.
Please keep that in mind: Settings under the Video property group are not for a visual enhancement of your monitoring. Those settings may affect your talent tracking quality.
  • The Resolution property allows you to select the camera resolution. It comes with the following presets 720p, 1080p, and 2k. Change your resolution in accordance with the distance between talent and the camera.
Changing the resolution reboots the talentS camera which takes several seconds.
  • Image: Since the talentS camera is stereoscopic and has binocular vision, the Image property allows you to check your camera view through the left or right lenses. Normally all operations and configurations are carried out with the left camera image. Switching to the right camera image is only required for checking the image quality and the camera view for debugging purposes.


The Calibration property group allows you to fine-tune tracking configuration details, and it contains the following properties:
  • Camera
    • Height (Z) property is where you define your talentS camera height relative to studio origin in centimeters (cm). For more details, please visit Measuring Camera Height.
    • Pan Offset property lets you pan your camera view in the X and Y axes to align your pan to your studio origin.
    • Advanced
      • Camera X & Y properties show the location of your talentS camera according to the studio origin.
      • Tilt & Roll Offset: Offsets tilt and roll values the camera view.
  • Calibration Cube
    • Position X & Y: Position of the Calibration Cube relative to the studio origin in cm (centimeter).
    • Advanced
      • Size X, Y, Z: Calibration Cube’s dimensions, measured in centimeters (cm)
      • Helper Grid
        • Grid & Subgrid Length allows you to change the length of the Helper Grid.


  • Track Region
    • X, Y Range: This allows you to define the region to be tracked by talentS.
Please keep that in mind talentS tracks the human body inside the track region. Any human body detected outside the track region is going to be ignored by the talentS.
  • Advanced
    • Track Region & Marker Color is the area you define the color of Track Region and Talent Marker.
    • Talent Marker Radius property allows you to change the radius of the Talent Marker indicator.
    • Detection
      • Detection Model allows you to select the sensibility of the detection type. It has three different modes: Accurate, Medium, and Fast.
      • Tracking Mode enables you to choose tracking mode. It has three attributes: Automatic, Head, and Body.
For normal operation, it is suggested to leave the tracking mode setting in automatic.

Target Engines

Target Engines property group
  • Engine IP & Port: Target Engines section allows you to specify Engine IP(s) and Port(s). You can add multiple engines to send talent tracking data in FreeD protocol.
  • FreeD FPS allows you to select the FPS rate according to your broadcast standard. You can choose one of the following FPS rates: 24, 29.97, 50, 59.94.


About property group
About property group allows you to restart the application or operating system, reboot the camera, and resets all the adjustment you made to factory settings.
Please keep that in mind: Using the Reset the Factory Settings option erase your current configuration such as the Camera Height value. If you don't remember your camera height, in this case, you must measure it again.