Hello, @SatishBoddu-MSFT , here is the detail infomation of my experience:
step 0 : I connect two Azure Kinect to one computer.
step 1 : I open two device in two Azure Kinect Viewer application, and set one as master, and the other is slave:
step 2 : I start the slave camera, and it don't work, which is right in my opinion
step 3 : Then I start the master camera, and both two camera start to work, which is right in my opinion, too
step 4 : Howerver, when I stop the master camera, even pulling out the 3.5mm synchronous line, the slave camera is still working. That confiused me, In my opinion, the slave camera should capture one times when it received a triger from the master camera, and it shouldn't work without the triger from the master camera.
So, the problem is :
Can the Azure Kinect in slave mode capture each frame Accurately on each triger? A triger is just like clicking the shutter once