[Bf-funboard] Bf-funboard Digest, Vol 54, Issue 5
karl.kuehberger at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 08:58:53 CET 2009
imho it is more obvious for beginners to switsch a camera on just by
by using a switch symbol on the camera, than to remember the shortcut
ctrl-0 to activate the camera.
It is easier to for all just to press one switch to select and activate a
camera than pressing first RMB to select it and than ctrl-0 to activate it.
And at last, I cannot see any disadvantage in this little change.
2009/2/16 Willem Verwey <willem at 3danim8.net>:
> Hi there
> Well I really cant see the point. You still need to select the camera and
> switch it on or off. What is the easier than selecting the camera and press
> [Cnr + 0]
> To me everything in Blender is relative to ease of operation and speed. I
> cannot see how this function could help you making it faster and hence
> Maybe you want to explain it a bit more in dept.
> Well that is my views.
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>> In Blender 2.5 can we have a light switch.
>> So that individual lights can be switched of or on at will.
>> When switched off the wire mesh turns light grey.
>> I usually have 2,3,4 cameras in a scene to check renderings from various
>> and altitudes.
>> It would be great also if cameras could be turned off and on also.
>> Only the switched on camera renders without the need to select the camera
>> then<CTRL 0> to render that view.
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