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DanaosC says

Hello guys, I’d like to ask for help. I want to go through a labyrinth,but the Camera movement is really smooth,it’s like its changing the speed and positions really fast when it turns left or right.I want it to be like a camera fly through the starting point to the escape point with some really smooth movement.
Please tell me if it’s a way or a trick.

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felt_tips Volunteer moderator says

There are many tricks. Practice is the biggest trick of all. Getting a slowish animation to be smooth and flowing is one of the hardest things to do. It takes years to get good at it.

First of all, though I would set up your camera to target a null and animate the null separately. I would also make your camera the child of a dolly null.

You could increase smoothness by adding a smooth() expression to the position of both dolly and target. It’s a bit of a cheat, but it helps.

I have several tutorials that can help you with this.

Check out Camera Targetter and Super Smooth Curve

-f.

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DanaosC says
felt_tips said
There are many tricks. Practice is the biggest trick of all. Getting a slowish animation to be smooth and flowing is one of the hardest things to do. It takes years to get good at it.

First of all, though I would set up your camera to target a null and animate the null separately. I would also make your camera the child of a dolly null.

You could increase smoothness by adding a smooth() expression to the position of both dolly and target. It’s a bit of a cheat, but it helps.

I have several tutorials that can help you with this.

Check out Camera Targetter and Super Smooth Curve

-f.

Hah,I was sure you would reply on this one felt :D Thank you very much,You helped a lot!

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