1. Effective image-taking space (motions and props cannot exceed this range)
    The normal shooting space range is a cylindrical space in the center of the green screen studio with a diameter of 3m and a height of 2.4m (center)/2.3m (edge).

  2. Frames Per Second (FPS)
    Support 30FPS and 60FPS (double computing time).

  3. Objects that cannot be captured accurately
    ·  Fast moving objects (such as darts, fast swing, badminton racket swing, etc.).
    ·  Easily reflective materials (such as reflective metals, glasses, lenses, mirror materials, glass, transparent plastic, smooth leather, reflective brass instruments, etc.).
    ·  Semi-transparent materials (such as tulle, thin needle knitted sweater, rattan woven fabric, thin clothes, etc.).
    ·  Small objects (less than 1 cm in diameter, such as string, strings/bow, branches and leaves, hair, etc.).
    ·  Clothes of specific colors (such as dark black, green, bright white, bright color, etc.).
    ·  Liquid (such as water, ink, paint, pigment, coating, etc.).

  4. Limit on the number of people captured at the same time
    It is recommended that up to 3 people be captured at the same time, and the motions also need to be evaluated and tested to ensure the 3D model effect.

  5. Shooting of animals
    Animals can be captured, but for protection of the equipment, they must be controllable animals and the prior consent of the operation unit should be obtained.

  6. Use of props within the capture range
    They must be green and fixed within the capture range, preferably rigid objects, so as not to affect the recording background of the system and model rendering effect.

  7. Use of props outside the capture range
    ·  The demand should be put forward in advance for the operation unit to evaluate the feasibility, placement position, fixing mode, power consumption, etc.
    ·  Common auxiliary props include sound  recording equipment, electric fan, camera, LED light, tripod, cushion, thin wire for positioning, etc.
    ·  They should be fixed with adhesive tape or other tools and should not move or block the system camera.
    ·  If modification is required, it is recommended to be made after the shooting of a take is completed.