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Use of Camera Keys in Timeling

Posted By j.piccirillo 2 Years Ago
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Hello, I have another basic question. I am using CTA3 with two characters. No props. One character is on the stage until frame 90. At this frame, character one become invisible and creature 2 appears in frame 91. From frame 91 to frame 160 I zoom in on character 2. I want to jump to a full head shot of character 2 in frame 161. I go into preview mode zoom in and center the head shot of character 2 but when I go back to frame one / character 1 it has zoomed in on character 1. Can someone describe the technique to use and edit timeline keys for camera zoom and move? I have tried dragging keys and deleting keys but cannot get a good understanding of how the camera keys work so that I can edit them.
I do not see well so visual tutorials do not work very well for me. Can someone take a little time and write out and explanation.
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Once you have done animation in the stage mode, click 'Camera Record Mode' 
to zoom in or out.  This is where you do the camera angle.
Play your animation in this mode as this is how your video will appear.
Hope this helps.

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Vepop, thanks for getting back to me. I was  able to correct my problem with you help. it is good to know that help is away available.
Thanks again,
Jim




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