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This is a small GUI that acts as a push button remote control for the
camera. Perfect for previs/layout and for camera animation. With it
you can easily change focal lengths and rotate a camera in place (pan,
not orbit) without having the camera selected. You may also control
the translation of the camera as well.
The UI does not impact your ability to use the [alt] key and standard mouse controls to manipulate the camera.
Switchable thumbnail-sized camera view
Dual Control Mode: Actual axis rotations, or View-Based Pan/Lift/Tilt
Prime Lenses Presets
Quick access to Overscan, Near Clip and Far Clipping Planes
Enable Field Chart, Film and Resolution Gates, and Safe Action and Title Action Extents
See the Help menu for details. Enjoy. Please report any bugs, and let me know if you like it!
1-Copy to your scripts directory.
2-In either a python script editor tab or a shelf button, use the following text to launch the UI.menu.