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Florian RavekThe problem with the orientation of the camera
by on Jul 26, 2011 at 8:53:17 pm

The problem with the orientation of the camera. I want to fly around the camera around the object along the axes X and Y. The object must constantly be in the frame.
To do this, set up:

- An object - cube (position 0.0.0).
- The target camera (target - object)
- Spline circle (the way the camera).

But faced with the following problem. When the camera is half the circumference it throws on the orientation of X at 180, because of what the object in the frame is turned on and the camera goes back to the object, but actually continues to move in a circle. Forcibly remove the transfer of over 180 degrees, I did not succeed. Then the camera goes another half circle and transfer is repeated.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-xH1f_xQv_UQ/Ti247JCunwI/AAAAAAAAACg/iMm0...


https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-2ZP-x0Dw9mg/Ti247fInQTI/AAAAAAAAACk/nstG...


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Adam TrachtenbergRe: The problem with the orientation of the camera
by on Jul 26, 2011 at 9:06:18 pm

If I understand what you're asking, you need to use a rail path in your align to spline tag. To do that, duplicate the circle spline and move it to the side (perpendicular to the original). Then check the tangential box in the align tag and drag the spline copy into the rail path box. Set the direction to Y. That should do it.


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Florian RavekRe: The problem with the orientation of the camera
by on Jul 27, 2011 at 7:53:36 pm

Sorry. If I understand you correctly, you suggest me to turn the object and the camera. I considered this option, but I think it is not entirely correct. I thought there was some way to make the camera do not change the orientation. Because if I do a complicated composition tight coupling of objects, then I just need to fly around the camera object. The pictures I showed the problem.
I may not have correctly understood your advice?


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Florian RavekRe: The problem with the orientation of the camera
by on Jul 26, 2011 at 9:12:15 pm

It's 2nd picture

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-2ZP-x0Dw9mg/Ti247fInQTI/AAAAAAAAACk/nstG...


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