Save Camera Positions
Ability to save camera positions and return to them.
Happy to say that we have added a view bookmarking system to the latest release of Project Felix 0.3 – available on Creative Cloud as of July 19th, 2017.
VINCENZETTI RICCARDO commented
Please... the possibility to save the View Camera
Scott May commented
reset camera video, save a camera location/view would be nice. also being able to adjust the focus seems really important
Alexandru Coroian commented
One feature that I'd like to see is added to the finished product is a way of saving a camera angle/perspective as a template or preset, so you can move the camera around but come back to that angle later. Surscribe to this if you agree!
*Edit* I see this idea is already out there. I'll still post this just to express my agreement haha
Anik Bhattacharya commented
One great idea would be to set camera view "presets".
So you can work on an object, fix some details, which might require you to move around, rotate the camera, change the focal length, whatever, zoom, etc.
Once you're done, you can click the camera preset and go straight back to where the camera was, the zoom settings, focal length settings, etc.
This feature is so basic and absolutely neccessary, that it doesn´t need to be commented IMO.
Flavio Andalo commented
This is a must have feature!
Saving and repeating camera angles is very important for duplicating images needed for various scenes in catalogues and advertisements. Have a section where we can save camera angles/perspectives/image size and such to repeat our needed images throughout our office crew.
I'd love to be able to set a camera in a scene and be able to jump between the set camera and a free-mode where I can arrange my scene.
The ability to save camera angles. basically just add Photoshop's 3d features
David Nikel commented
Saving camera positions is a must have for rendering.
I always render multiple variations of the scene - with different focal lengths and composition variations for the pre visualization / selection process with Peers, Supervisors and Customers.
This is also highly necessary when re- rendering an image for corrections or additions of content, or at the final resolution ( 4k or 8k).
Its a huge waste of time if the camera settings are lost and a major disappointment if you can't achieve the same magic camra angle that was bought off on in a review.
It can be very time consuming to get back to exact camera positions and it is commonly necessary. I use it regularly in PS 3D, usually to check the positions of various objects from different perspectives. The ability to go to a default view and the left, right, top, etc. views is also very useful.