the truth that take 2 to 4 hours a day to devote only to program is comforting. Complemented by other initiatives in which I’m involved is complicated, but that little by little everything go closing of a way to “round” the truth is that this happy day.
Of course, all this is very nice until you get program to Microsoft Kinect.Un element more than interesting, it requires that for each test you get standing, stop front of the Kinect, do a little movement of the manco monkey and then come back to your computer to see if everything works OK. When you do this 25 times, you remember the mother and the grandmother of which bore Kinect and sometimes you also remember the father and the grandfather.
Fortunately, since version 1.5 SDK will have access to Kinect Studio. This tool allows you to record a session with a sensor and then play it to avoid having to ‘do the manco monkey’ 20 times at the computer (here explained it in detail).
Today I saw again opposite code Kinect and after several tests, decided to pull of Kinect Studio , that something is. What was my surprise to see that even though I threw my application from Visual Studio 2012, Kinect Studio not recognize me the same to “attach” and record the session.
After fighting a while I realized that it was a permissions problem.My applications from Visual Studio 2012 are launched with administrator privileges and Kinect Studio not. I only had to give administrator permissions to executable from Kinect Studio and ready! already can use it without problems.
So Kinect Studio can be attached to an application, must have the same privileges as the same (or higher)
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