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Old 26-09-2003, 05:02 PM   #1
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Default viewport snapshot/recall (like xsi)?

Once I position my camera in a view port, I would
like to save that configuration (specific to that viewport only).
Is there anyway to do that?

XSI has that feature with 4 orange buttons at the top
of each viewport. You can take a snapshot of a camera
position and recall it at anytime...VERY HANDY!

TIA.TH
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Old 26-09-2003, 06:27 PM   #2
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in the viewport go to view bookmarks and cretae a new bookmark. You can add this to your shelf and than click it and will go to the saved camera shot.
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Spot on Mate!

Great, great feature...

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