Capture Volume Configurator

Here's how to decide how many cameras to use!

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Use this configurator to determine how many cameras you need and which resolution to capture at

We recommend positioning your cameras evenly distributed around your volume, ensuring your actor(s) are fully framed throughout the capture.

Consider that capturing at a greater resolution will enable you to capture in a larger volume, whereas a higher framerate will improve quality in faster motions.

Volume size (m)

1 Actor

2 Actors

3 Actors

4 Actors

5 Actors

6 Actors

7 Actors

8 Actors

4x4

4 cams FHD

5 cams FHD

-

-

-

-

-

-

8x8

4 cams FHD

5 cams FHD

6 cams FHD

8 cams FHD

-

-

-

-

12x12

6 cams 2-3K

6 cams 2-3K

6 cams 2-3K

8 cams 2-3K

8+ cams 2-3K

8+ cams 2-3K

8+ cams 2-3K

8+ cams 2-3K

20x20

8 cams 4K

8 cams 4K

8 cams 4K

8 cams 4K

8+ cams 4K

8+ cams 4K

8+ cams 4K

8+ cams 4K

Please note that the volume refers to the capture volume the actors will be tracked within, the actual space required around this volume will vary depending on the cameras used.

Can you capture in volumes larger than 20x20m or with more than 8 actors?

Yes, please reach out to [email protected] to discuss our bespoke solutions.

Which cameras should you use?

If you’re looking for a wired solution, the Sony RX0II will be sufficient for FHD captures, whereas for a more portable or higher resolution capture we recommend using GoPros.


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