Dear AnyBody Team,
I’m currently working with kinematic models to predict motion. The following error message shows up, when the position analyses cannot be solved:
Constraint no. 233 above error tolerance 0.000001, error = 0.000001.
Constraint no. 352 above error tolerance 0.000001, error = 0.000001.
I was wondering if there is a possibility to find out which driver was violated by using the displayed constraint no. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a link between the constraint no and the drivers. Can you help me out?
Thanks a lot!
Please have a look at this trouble shooting guide.
It is not possible to know which of the soft drivers in the model relates to these numbers.
If error happens in first frame i would try to improve initial positions a bit, and if the model is marker driven? i would try to improve the location of the markers to be as realistic as possible.
If none of this works i would remove remove arms or legs from the model and ensure the model would run then gradually add complexity to the model again, this is described in the guide above.