This video explores how to create mouse-controlled camera rigs that support orbiting and elevations. Learn how to use Cinemachine and the Free Look Camera rig to create mouse-controlled virtual cameras.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to see … an alternative camera rig that is entirely mouse-controlled. … It's going to be a really useful rig to set up … if you want to demonstrate your architecture … alongside particular features of it. … For example, maybe you want a camera to rotate around … a fountain water feature or a reception desk or a car … in a garage so that you can showcase an environment … alongside an important and key element of it. … We'll see how to set that up right here using Cinemachine. … To get started, I'm going to create a new camera … by moving to the menu and choosing Cinemachine, … create free look camera. … It's the second option down. … Now when I do this, it will create … a virtual camera over here. … You can see the pivot point of the object … is actually over here while the camera data itself … is aligned over here. … Now be careful because in adding this free look camera rig, … you will see that the icon of the camera object itself … has actually changed. …
Skill Level Intermediate
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4. Camera Controls
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