OpenNI Tracker not appearing on an M2 mac
Does anyone know if the OpenNI Tracker works with an M2 mac? we've installed Rosetta and are 'opening Isadora with Rosetta'. However the actor can't be found.
Hi there Nic!
Sadly we do not have any M2 devices in the office at the moment, so we can't verify this ourselves.
You are aware that you have to install the OpenNI actors from our Add-ons page right?
For more information about how to install Plugins see our Help article
Let me know how it goes!
@juriaan thanks for the quick response Juriaan. Yes we did install the actor plugin, restarted the mac and isadora but no joy. All works well on my intel. I'm not sure of the difference between M1 and M2 architecture but wondered if the actor worked on the M1?
wondered if the actor worked on the M1?
Yes, it works on M1s using Rosetta
Hi again Juriaan,
I've run through the set-up again with my client, but I still have the same issues - the actor not appearing in Isadora even though it is in the correct plugins folder and the app is opening with Rosetta 2. One thing I did notice is that she is on Ventura (13.0.1) which may well be the problem, not the fact her machine is running an M2 chip. Are you able to check on this OS? My own set up is Monterey for which I don't have any issue. Maybe I should rais a bug report too?
One thing I did notice is that she is on Ventura (13.0.1) which may well be the problem, not the fact her machine is running an M2 chip. Are you able to check on this OS?
I can see the OpenNI actors on my Ventura machine. Did you install the plugins using the script, or did you do it manually?
I used the script but checked they were installed by opening Help>Open Plugin Folder>Troikatronix Actor Plugins
this opens a folder IsadoraPlugins_x64
Hi on 13.01 open ni works well on m1 machines. But only in Rosetta....