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Quick Start Guide

Step-by-step guide from unboxing to capturing high-quality 3D images

First things first

Here's what's included in the box

  • 1x Zivid 3D camera
  • 1x Power Supply
  • 1x USB 3.0 Cable (Machine Vision Certified)

Install Zivid Studio


  • Windows 7 / 8 / 10
  • Ubuntu 16.04 / Ubuntu 18.04
  • DirectX 11 Compatible GPU

For best results, your GPU should support
1000 GFLOPS and have 3 GB RAM.

Download Zivid Studio

Connect to
your camera 


  • USB3 cable to "DATA"
  • Power Supply to "24V"

Mount your
3D camera 

Launch Zivid Studio

Zivid Studio provides an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) so you can explore the functionality and capture high-definition 3D point clouds.

Control settings and select from these views:

  • 3D Point Cloud
  • 2D Image
  • Depth Map
See the Zivid Studio User Guide for tutorials.

Capture high quality 3D point clouds


Control panel


  • Choose the 3D camera you want to connect to in the drop down menu.
  • Click "Connect" or "Disconnect" when you want to connect/disconnect.


  • Capture a "Single" or multiple ("HDR") frames based on the "Frames" settings.
  • "HDR" is used when multiple frame settings are selected.
  • "Live": Use this mode to quickly position and make initial adjustments.


  • Exposure Time: A higher value will let more light into the camera.
  • Iris / Aperture Step: A higher value will let more light into the camera.
  • Brightness: Boost lighting for long distances/to overcome ambient lighting 
  • Gain: Increased gain can be used for darker scenes to get better data.

Filters and Color balance

Check out the complete Zivid Studio User Guide to learn about experts settings, and tips and tricks for capturing 3D point clouds.


Zivid Studio User Guide
  • Contains in-depth information and examples on how to capture 3D images.
Zivid Studio knowledge base
  • Contains sample programs and examples settings.