Placing multiple cameras


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Placing multiple cameras

Every once in a while when you're working in a LightWave scene you might need more than one camera, and that's easy to do because you can have as many cameras as you like. This is the 07_03_ MultipleCamBegin scene from the Exercise Files. I am going to press 4 to get to a Perspective view. You can see that we've got one camera right there in the scene. That's our main camera. So let's select that just by clicking on it, press the P key, and at the very top where it says Current Camera, I can click and drag and say MainCamera, just rename it, and hit Enter and make sure that takes.

To add a new camera, we're just going to go to Items, under the Add category, choose Camera, and we'll call this SideCamera. What you'll see is another camera added right to the center of the screen. You can move it off. We can press 5 to get to our Light View and 6 to get to our Camera View, press the Y key, which is Rotate from the Modify tab, click and drag and rotate around, and...

Placing multiple cameras
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Placing multiple cameras provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the LightWave 10 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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LightWave
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