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Does anyone have a script that can rotate the camera around an object for exporting a series of images?
And actually, it could be used for a shade study animation being discussed here.
Maybe two options?
Around an object/selection or Out from the center of an object/selection?
Toward the object.
I was thinking... group everything you want to view and use the BoundingBox center for the camera target and center of rotation.
If you look at the page, the script can have 1 - 7 camera levels (heights), and any number of positions around each circular level.
Yes, I've already looked at it. What I want to do is a good candidate for a "been there, done that" script.
Sounds like fun!
Ok, pick it up from there. All kidding aside, this is a great idea Todd! It would be a great learning experience for anyone who would like to participate, or just follow along.
If there's enough interest, I suggest starting a new topic for the project.
Not sure I can contribute much, but I sure like to follow the development.
I'm with Pixero on this one (I am totally script challenged)
But am interested to learn how a script comes together (said in A-team theme)
Quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur.
Why not use the flightpath.rb? You can draw a circle around the object you want to take the animation of and create the camera positions on it by using the model extent tool. Afterwards you can export the animation as standalone images.
project space created on http://code.google.com/p/su2web/ - feel free to join
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Looks better already! How about a larger image with shadows?
That's another good idea! I can't think of any reason a panoramic animation wouldn't work using the same technique (basically, a digital flip-book.)
I have already created the template for use with cubicpanoout, it's just a matter of finding the time to alter the script to use ftools to copy ptviewer.jar and the template into the same folder as the images are exported. It looks like Google may beat me to it, since they already have a slick interface and everything (from Web Exporter).
maybe PIXMAKER lite , http://www.pixaround.com/ could help
so sorry i was wrong whit the address : here it is :
http://22.214.171.124/search?q=cache:tj ... =firefox-a
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This would be a great script as it is something like I asked for but I wanted the camera to rotate in place 360 degrees, but I will take this one just as well. PLEASE develop this one.
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Here is a try combining the Web Exporter with a fly through path.
i am working on it still but I guess you can see the intention already
http://www.cad-addict.com/2009/01/sketc ... o-web.html
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