Author Topic: Tilt shift camera  (Read 6846 times)

2016-10-25, 12:21:34

fabio81

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Hi guys,
in the future will be planned to Tilt shift option in the camera?
Thanks

2016-10-25, 22:46:34
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shane_w

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You can already do this with Cinema's camera.  Set your cameras P rotation to 0 and then use film offset Y to re-center your shot.

-Shane

2016-10-26, 08:58:09
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fabio81

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You can already do this with Cinema's camera.  Set your cameras P rotation to 0 and then use film offset Y to re-center your shot.

-Shane

I know (offset film x and y), but tilt shift is another thing..

2016-10-26, 11:31:54
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lixai

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if you use max 2016 or above, check this out


2016-10-26, 11:42:30
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fabio81

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if you use max 2016 or above, check this out


no, this is section forum cinema 4d, thanks :)

2016-10-26, 15:55:43
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shane_w

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You can already do this with Cinema's camera.  Set your cameras P rotation to 0 and then use film offset Y to re-center your shot.

-Shane

I know (offset film x and y), but tilt shift is another thing..

Are you just trying get straight verticals or the tilt shift blur effect?  What I suggested will give you straight vertical lines.  There is also a tilt camera set-up with Xpresso in the content browser.

2016-10-26, 16:02:31
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fabio81

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thanks, I had never tried  :)
« Last Edit: 2016-10-26, 16:13:36 by fabio81 »