Viewing a scene in different layouts


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Viewing a scene in different layouts

Working in a 3D environment does literally add a new dimension to your work inside of Motion, but it really actually creates many, many different situations that you have to deal with, the least of which is orientation. I mean if a project is too simple or layered up with way too many things in the scene, sometimes it's easy to get confused as to which way is actually up. Thankfully, there are a couple of tools inside of Motion to help with that situation. So if we look at our project here, you'll notice I have a camera in the scene.

You want to make sure to have at least one camera in your project. That way when we go through the different menus, your menus will look like mine. In this project as well, I also have a Lights group, which I'm just going to turn off for now, and a background layer which is 2D. But I'm still going to turn that off for right now, because I want to be able to focus on exactly what we're seeing here in this individual layout. When you'r...

Viewing a scene in different layouts
Video duration: 7m 17s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Viewing a scene in different layouts provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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