Creating a single sequence for a camera is useful, but in this video, learn how you can create a master sequence, and then add all of your 'single camera' sequences to it, in the end producing a cinematic for yourself.
- [Instructor] For this final exercise in the chapter … we'll be working with the two sequences … that I've already created. … For use with both the rail and crane cameras. … Created in the exact same way as the animation … for the cine camera that we have already worked through. … If you want to deconstruct those … and the changes that I've made to them … then do feel free to open up the final level … in this new project and take a look … at those sequences. … To put everything that we have to good use then, … what we will use here is what I tend to call … a master sequence. … Although in reality this is just a level sequence … that we are going to use to house … all of our other sequences. … Simply because there are a couple of advantages … to taking this approach. … Though it is not meant to be confused … with the actual master sequence type. … But for lack of a better name … we will just refer to it as such. … So, what are the advantages to doing things this way? … Firstly, it means that all of our original camera setups …
- What is the Sequencer?
- Adding a cinematic camera to a level
- Using a crane camera
- Creating a level sequence
- Adding a master sequence
- Keyboard shortcuts for the Sequencer
- Playing a sequence via Blueprints