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Seiss Wagner
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How do you slow the movement between cameras when making a walk-thru in ArchiCad? My walk-thru looks like I am racing the clock to get along the path, running as fast as I can if you will; when what I really want is a leisurely Sunday walk on a hot afternoon, almost as if I were in slow motion.
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Djordje
Mentor
Increase the number of the frames between the cameras.
Djordje



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Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
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Djordje has the answer, but you can also stop at Cameras for a specified number of frames. The good thing is that you can set a different value for each Camera.
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Djordje
Mentor
Whoa ...

Doing that would be like riding a Dubai taxi: full acceleration, then hard braking, speed bump, full acceleration ... repeat loop.

So, combine both advice: larger number of the frames between the cameras AND stopping at cameras for a number of the frames. Intersperse the moving clips with still renderings of good views. Continuous movement produces the same effect as angry Dubai taxi driver (hint: remove braking from the sequence above ... and the sparks fly!)
Djordje



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