Syntax is: pcl_openni_viewer [((<device_id> | <path-to-oni-file>) [-depthmode <mode>] [-imagemode <mode>] [-xyz] | -l [<device_id>]| -h | --help)]
pcl_openni_viewer -h | --help : shows this help
pcl_openni_viewer -xyz : use only XYZ values and ignore RGB components (this flag is required for use with ASUS Xtion Pro)
pcl_openni_viewer -l : list all available devices
pcl_openni_viewer -l <device-id> :list all available modes for specified device
<device_id> may be "#1", "#2", ... for the first, second etc device in the list
[email protected] for the device connected to a specific usb-bus / address combination
uses the first device.
uses the oni-player device to play back oni file given by path.
list all available devices.
pcl_openni_viewer -l "#2"
list all available modes for the second device.
uses the device with the serial number 'A00361800903049A'.
pcl_openni_viewer [email protected]
uses the device on address 16 at USB bus 1.
AUTHORpcl_openni_viewer is part of Point Cloud Library (PCL) - www.pointclouds.org
The Point Cloud Library (PCL) is a standalone, large scale, open project for 2D/3D image and point cloud processing.
This manual page was written by Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda <[email protected]> with the help of help2man tool and some handmade arrangement for the Debian project (and may be used by others).