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Camera Fly Through - Plugin

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Just made a plugin that gives user the ability to move and rotate cameras using keyboard and mouse and posted it on the marketplace 2 days ago. What do you guys think?



Download: https://marketplace.reallusion.com/camera-fly-through

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Wow! What a cool plugin! In seconds I have animated camera the way, which otherwise I had to attach to some prop and drive it around.
Thank you for developing and sharing it Bill.




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Time to map that joystick! What a great idea. Smile
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4u2ges (9/1/2019)
Wow! What a cool plugin! In seconds I have animated camera the way, which otherwise I had to attach to some prop and drive it around.
Thank you for developing and sharing it Bill.

Thanks!

Rampa (9/1/2019)
Time to map that joystick! What a great idea. Smile

Appreciate it. Smile

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Thank you kyodev for sharing! with your help for installation. Everything is great . l am so happy with it. Thanks again for your hard working. All the best. 
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Would love to get this tool working, but.

Following the install instructions I get an error message that there is no module pip found.
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@kyodev,
I also get an error message
what am I doing wrong.
Greetings Robert
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wires (9/1/2019)
Would love to get this tool working, but.

Following the install instructions I get an error message that there is no module pip found.
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/290c0559-a214-49a5-b8bc-1f4c.png

Crying



Hi Gerry, your iClone has not installed the pip module and thats why it prompts this error.
To install pip, first open your command prompt and change your directory to Bin64 folder in the iClone directory.
Then, type in the commandline iClonepy.exe "C:\Program Files\Reallusion\iClone 7\Bin64\scripts\Python\get-pip.py" and hit enter.
After that, pip will be installed and you are good to go with the setup instruction.

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rosuckmedia (9/1/2019)
@kyodev,
I also get an error message
what am I doing wrong.
Greetings Robert
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Hi Robert, since you have installed iClone in your Windows disk (in this case C:\), you need elevated permission in order to install new Python package (in this case win32api) using the Windows command prompt.
You can resolve the problem simply by running the command prompt as administrator.
(You can refer to this article if you don't know how: https://www.howtogeek.com/194041/how-to-open-the-command-prompt-as-administrator-in-windows-8.1/)

Do note that you cannot drag folder into the command prompt (like what I did in the instruction video) if you are running it under administrator privilege. You have to type in the path to your Bin64 folder by yourself

Bill
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@kyodev,
Thank you for your help, but I can not get it.
Usually I do not give up so fast.Smile
Greeting rosuckmedia
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