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Monday, November 15, 2010

Tutorial: Changing Cameras during an Animation in Blender 2.5

In this video, we'll take a look at how to change cameras during an animation in Blender 2.5. This process is easier and more intuitive than in previous versions of Blender.


Watch the video tutorial (low-res)...


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14 comments:

comeinandburn said...

Great tip Kernon! This is super useful and so much simpler than in previous versions.

thanks for sharing!

Seba said...

Fantastic.. Love this kind of quick & practical tip.

Anonymous said...

thanks for this ...it's, like always, clarify the situation.
i'm really impatient for the ending of your 2.5 training dvd

note: i'm happy that you skip in your blender downloadable blender browser tool bar a australian blog not really honest in compare with your production...so ya i'm fan of your work because it's professionnal training for newbies or intermediate "cg's amateur"...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this useful tutorial

greg p said...

Thanks for that, dvd is coming?
i just had the realization that i don't yet really
know how to use 2.5!
i always fall back to 2.49, but those days are gonna be a distant memory before too long, when 2.5/2.6 is the standard version.
help!
(joke)

Nixon said...

The part around 8 minutes 'Quote: ..and I'm not going to edit it out!' made me grin all over my face..subtle humour FTW :)

Great hint on that very useful camera markers!
Thanks and best regards!

FloridaJo said...

Nice one, learned more cool stuff. Thanks

Kernon Dillon said...

Thanks for the comments, folks! :)

Pawel said...

Thanks for the very useful info!
One note: to change the name of a marker, it's enough to left-click, you don't need to ctrl-left-click.

Kernon Dillon said...

Oh, okay. Actually, that would make it inconsistent with all of the other areas in Blender where you can change a name (outliner, file browser). That's why I "intuitively" tried Ctrl-Click. :P Thanks.

drste said...

Thanks Kernon

Anonymous said...

HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO GET THIS WORKING IN BLENDER 2.55 BETA... saw it on the sintel dvd and tried it many times with failure..

Sean said...

Great work cousin! Sean Sanders on Facebook

Kernon Dillon said...

Hey thanks, Sean! Wow, a blast from the past! :)

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