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Old 02-04-2004, 10:20 PM   #1
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Hi,

Would like to do some camera shaking. This particular scene is for turbulance, but probably be the same in earthquake or similar. What I have done is to set keys very close together while moving the camera around slightly. While this comes close, it just doesn't produce that "camera jitter" that I'm looking for. Perhaps someone has some good hints??
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http://www.jackals-forge.com/tutor/tut2_4.html
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Thanks for the link...that looks like it would do the trick. Unfortunately, the download doesn't work
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Well, it's a tutorial so try to follow it the best you can. You can email the guy that wrote the tutorial and ask him for the file possibly or also check the mel scripts over at highend3d. There are a couple called "the shaker" and "Layer-Shake v1.9" that may fit the bill.
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