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Writing A Script For Movement Tracking

Hello everyone:)

I've been looking on the examples on how to write a script for enabling/disabling the different camera functions. I included an example of what i am trying to use. however when i start the script i get a message saying that "remoting is not supported for this control". I was curious if someone knows any tricks or settings that Im not selecting.

for motion i am trying to use the script:


stop()

servo(d5,50)
servo(d6,50)

servospeed(d5,8)
servospeed(d6,8)

controlcommand("camera",cameraservotrackenable)
controlcommand("camera",cameramovementtrackdisable)

controlcommand("camera",cameramotiontrackingenable)

thank you
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#1  
I thought all you had to do was select video,color, or movement tracking and it did it automatically. I haven't hooked mine up yet. But, that was my belief.
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#2  
you can do that. in the example files however dj wrote skripts that corresponded to voice commands and was able to turn on or off the specific camera functions. when i copy the skripts to my project it wont work and i get an error message.

I paired my robot with the "camera" example on ARC and then the camera skripts run perfectly. there must be a difference in settings somewhere. I just havent been able to figure out where the difference is yet.