After a long, long weekend of trouble-shooting, I finally managed to capture and export my 1st video with the RGBD toolkit!
The dSLR and the Kinect sensor calibration is off, which left a lot of blank spots in the depth data, but I knew that before recording this, still, I just wanted to walk through all the steps to get a sense of any other issues I might run into.
It looks like, aside from a lot of issues with the 1473 model (special thanks to Gino for letting me borrow his 1414 model) and three days of using a checkerboard printout that happened be printed with ink invisible in IR light, aside from those two frustrating and confusing issues, everything is working great.
I’ve even set up a workflow using BitTorrent Sync so I can capture with the laptop (giving me more freedom to move around) and edit on my iMac (which is a lot more powerful). Two folders with all the depth and color data keep themselves in perfect sync, which is very helpful.
Next up, to properly calibrate the two camera and record a more accurate video.
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