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Fri, Sep 28, 2007 at 5:11:44 PM | Connect cameras for animation

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Can you connect different cameras set up to create a flythrough animation?  I dont' want a walkthrough.  I want a bird's eye view animation around my building?  I'm using Revit 9.1 thanks.

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Sat, Sep 29, 2007 at 11:01:01 AM | Connect cameras for animation

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i think the process would be the same, just confine your camera path to the exterior of the building.

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Sat, Sep 29, 2007 at 12:45:17 PM | Connect cameras for animation

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Just to add to the above. Let suppose you are setting up the flythru scene at the Site Plan level.

When you add the camera location, notice the default height (eg: 1750mm) on your menu bar. Change the height to say 50000 to give you an bird eye view. You do the same each time you click the camera position. Once you finished, at the walkthru edit mode, adjust the camera position to zoom in your subject. Here you can also open each camera view to readjust the height if required so. Have fun with the fly thru.  


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