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akearns

Member Since 03 Feb 2016
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In Topic: Controlling speed of camera movements

08 February 2016 - 07:44 PM

T1, T2 and T3 are just any points on the timeline where you decide to add a camera.

 

If you add a "jump" shot  (scissors icon with red down arrow) at say, the 1 sec mark then add a "Move" (arrow icon with green down arrow) shot at the 5 sec you will see it takes 4 seconds for the camera to transition from one to the other. If you drag the "move" shot back to the 2 sec mark on the timeline it will change faster.

 

Many thanks for the explanation, much appreciated !

I got it now :)
 


In Topic: Controlling speed of camera movements

08 February 2016 - 10:30 AM

There are three types of cameras. The cameras are set in the timeline at different times: T1, T2, T3...  the Camera will move from position X,Y,Z  at T1 to position X,Y,Z at T2 the shorter the time between T1 and T2 the faster the camera moves and vice versa

 

Thanks again but I couldn't figure where the T1 T2 T3 can be accessed !
 


In Topic: Controlling speed of camera movements

08 February 2016 - 10:27 AM

And watch all the tutorials as well :- http://www.moviestor...torials#Cameras

 

Thanks for link but as you can imagine I've watched all the tutorials before going on the forum. There's no mention of camera speed in the videos though !


In Topic: Controlling speed of camera movements

05 February 2016 - 06:11 PM

There are three types of cameras. The cameras are set in the timeline at different times: T1, T2, T3...  the Camera will move from position X,Y,Z  at T1 to position X,Y,Z at T2 the shorter the time between T1 and T2 the faster the camera moves and vice versa

 

Many thanks for the reply. I will check it out and see how I get on !