Motion 5 Essentials: Animating Cameras with Camera Framing


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Animating cameras with camera framing

Camera framing doesn't really sound that exciting, but I have to say that it is one of the true unsung heroes of Motion. Anytime you build some graphics and you need to tie two different elements together and they exist in completely different spaces in 3D space, you might want to try using the Camera Framing behavior. If we look at our project here, you'll notice I have two cameras set up. The reason I have two cameras, I have one set up so I can just easily switch back to an overview of all the graphics I have in the project.

So if we go to our Camera pulldown here in the upper-left corner of the Canvas, notice I have Active Camera, a camera called OutsideView, and then a camera called Camera. Usually I leave one camera called Camera, and that's the one that I use for my final output, and then any of the other cameras that I name I just name them basically what I think they are. So this is kind of like an OutsideView of everything that's going on in the scene. Now, we can...

Animating cameras with camera framing
Video duration: 10m 57s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Animating cameras with camera framing provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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