You can move the camera’s position using the Camera tool.
You can also set up the Static Camera position using the Camera tool properties—see Camera Tool Properties.
- In the Timeline view, select a panel within the scene in which you want to adjust the camera.
- In the Tools toolbar, select the Camera tool.
The camera frame is displayed. It is represented by a black box. The default camera frame is set to 12 fields.
- Do one of the following to modify the Static Camera:
|‣||To position the selected panel along the Z-axis to create a truck in or truck out movement, drag the top-left corner of the camera frame up or down when you see the Truck icon. To change the zoom level, change the Focal Length field in the Tool Properties view.|
|‣||To rotate the Static Camera on the X and Y axes, drag when you see the Rotation icon. Hold the Shift key while rotating to restrict movement to the X or Y axis, depending on the axis on which you started dragging.|
|‣||To rotate the Static Camera on the Z axis, position the cursor outside one of the corners of the camera frame. When you see the Rotation icon, drag to rotate.|
|‣||To move the centre pivot point, position your the cursor over the centre point and when you see the drag icon, drag to move in the X or Y axis. Hold down the Alt key when dragging the center point to move it on the Z axis. The farther you drag the mouse, the faster the camera moves.|