The Side view is used mainly for multiplane scenes and to position elements in 3D space. It allows you to see a scene’s stage from the side. This lets the camera cone and spacing between the elements to be seen.
- A thumbnail of each drawing layer in the scene. The order of the thumbnail images is based on each element’s FB position in the scene space. You can see a representation of the FB position of each layer in the camera cone.
- The camera cone represents the camera’s position and field-of-view (FOV).
- The axis reference arrows let you maintain your orientation when navigating in the Perspective view.
- There are two view option buttons displayed in the lower-left corner of the view.
|‣||Show/Hide Camera: Shows or hides the camera frame in the Perspective view.|
|‣||Reset View: Resets the pan, rotation and zoom of the Perspective view.|
- This field displays the current zoom level in the Perspective view. You can use the Zoom menu to select a zoom level from 2.5% to 6400%. You can also select Fit To View to automatically use a zoom level that lets you see all of the scene layers and information in the Perspective view at once.
- Displays the currently selected layer and drawing name.
- Displays the currently selected tool.
- Displays the currently selected frame of your animation.
- Displays the currently selected colour in the palette.