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Tweening a camera’s Field of View

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  • #60905
    maitapg
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    Hey everyone. I have been trying to make a project where I tween a camera’s position and aim but due to the nature of the project – where I fake an isometric camera for an overview shot using a long Focal Length, but close ups require a shorter FL – the FOV of the camera needs to change since you can’t change it with the puzzles, as far as I know.

    Right now, I’m using the “Set field of view” puzzle, but that instantly changes the value rather than slowly transitioning to it. Is there a way to make that FOV tween just like when you change the position of the camera? Or is there another, better way I could be approaching this?

    Thank you :)

    #60907
    kdv
    Participant

    Use this puzzle
    https://www.soft8soft.com/docs/manual/en/puzzles/Animation.html#animate_param
    It should work like here https://v3d.net/ctv

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    #60912
    maitapg
    Participant

    Use this puzzle
    https://www.soft8soft.com/docs/manual/en/puzzles/Animation.html#animate_param
    It should work like here https://v3d.net/ctv

    That seemed to do the trick! Thank you so much!

    #62017
    solid
    Customer

    Hello, how can I contact you in telegram or in another way?
    https://t.me/blend3dweb

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