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In this web tutorial, learn a quick Motion 3 tip about using cameras.
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Hey guys, this is E. Meek 77, I have a special email from a guy who wanted to know how to …he had a scene in motion and he has been in few weeks ago and now I am just getting to it. He had his camera flying to the scene and he decided he needed to make it fly reverse. He did not want to change anything, he had everything set up. He just wanted the camera become in reverse way that it was going. And, I am here to show him. So, let me show you this little project that I got loaded up here.
As you can see, it is kind of zoom through, these layers. Let me play it for you, so you can see. And, let me zoom this second layer and you can zoom it into the third layer, nice and dandy. But, he wants to keep the layer order the same, but he wants the camera to fly back backwards, so how can we go by doing it. I am going to click my right view, so I can see everything from the right side and as you can see, this gives our three sets of our projects, set one, set two, set three in the camera. So, here is set one, here is set two, and here is set three. So, what I want to do is select my last set, let me valley and zoom out with my camera control, so I can see everything.
First let me play through and you can see my camera moving right here, I want to see what it looks like as it loose on my project, everything looks good, I am going to select my set three and I am going to grab my little blue handle here up to the front, about right here. And, I will go set two, fix that two, drag it back over pass set one, like that. And, I can leave set one the same. Let me replay my projects, see if my camera is going to fly through everything just fine and I think it is going to, there it goes to set two and there is the set three. Okay, start play back, go up here and go back to my active camera view, let me play the project back from the beginning.
Now as you can see and see it is going through the project, we are coming back away from the project. First layer, second set, third set, now as you see guys. it is that easy, just reverse the order of your layers. Hope you learn something, we will see you next time.