Converting file formats

Hello users,

My name is Robin Fong and I am currently a student studying in Nanyang
Technological University in Singapore. I am serving my industrial
attachment at the Singapore Sports Council Biomechanics Laboratory.

Currently, the laboratory in which I work uses the 2 motion capture
systems; Peak Motus and Qualisys. We want to purchase the Anybody
modelling software but are not sure if our data from the above 2
motion capture systems can be exported and used with the Anybody software.

I read in an earlier post in May 14, 2003 that a program called
C3D2Any has been developed and I want to know if this program can help
me with the file format converting. If so, where can I get this
program? And if not, do you guys have any recommendations for me?

I am very new to this field and I sincerely hope to hear your expert
views on this problem. Thank you.

Best Regards,
Robin Fong

Hi Robin Fong

I am from Aalborg university and we also have the Qualisys system and
no program is needed to convert. You can just export it from QTM to
textfiles. and they can be used in AnyBody.

Regards Christian

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wrote:
>
> Hello users,
>
> My name is Robin Fong and I am currently a student studying in Nanyang
> Technological University in Singapore. I am serving my industrial
> attachment at the Singapore Sports Council Biomechanics Laboratory.
>
> Currently, the laboratory in which I work uses the 2 motion capture
> systems; Peak Motus and Qualisys. We want to purchase the Anybody
> modelling software but are not sure if our data from the above 2
> motion capture systems can be exported and used with the Anybody
software.
>
> I read in an earlier post in May 14, 2003 that a program called
> C3D2Any has been developed and I want to know if this program can help
> me with the file format converting. If so, where can I get this
> program? And if not, do you guys have any recommendations for me?
>
> I am very new to this field and I sincerely hope to hear your expert
> views on this problem. Thank you.
>
> Best Regards,
> Robin Fong
>

Hey Christian,

Thanks a lot. Will be trying it out soon.

Robin

Hi Robin

You are welcome. If you have any problems, just ask:D

Regards Christian

— In anyscript@yahoogroups.com, “giggsyagami07” <giggsyagami07@…>
wrote:
>
> Hey Christian,
>
> Thanks a lot. Will be trying it out soon.
>
> Robin
>