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Rockliffe

Ezdok Editing Moves Too Big

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I posted this over on the SimForums but to date I've had no replies, so I thought I'd try here. There is a tweak somewhere that I have tried, but after a reinstall of FSX I've forgotten what I need to do. When editing the camera positions and using the keyboard keys to move the camera, the moves are too big and I need to allow the camera to move in smaller amounts. Can anyone help? Cheers


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You can adjust the camera movement speed in a setting menu within Ezdok. I'm at work so don't have it in front of me but the 3 camera areas (VC, spot and world) can be easily adjusted and set.

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You can adjust the camera movement speed in a setting menu within Ezdok. I'm at work so don't have it in front of me but the 3 camera areas (VC, spot and world) can be easily adjusted and set.

Hiya VeryBumpy, ah, well it may be that I haven't explained myself properly. I know you can edit the speed of the camera when it moves from one position to another, when switching camera positions, I'm talking about during editing. I can't place the camera where I want as hitting the keys moves it too much, there is no fine adjustment for me to place the camera view exactly where I need it to go.

Ahh, no problem, got it sorted. I found the relevent value in the ezca ini file! Thanks all the same.


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Ahh, no problem, got it sorted. I found the relevent value in the ezca ini file! Thanks all the same.

 

 

Which setting please?

 

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In the EZDok Studio go to Options>General settings. If you look at the 3 different camera categories (Virtual Cockpit, Aircraft, World) to the right in each section there are 4 buttons labelled 3D Game, Cinema, Walk and Float, these are camera motion presets. Clicking one of those 4 buttons adjusts the dials to the left to a predefined position, those dials change the way the view point reacts when you press the movement buttons i.e. arrow up, down, left, right, page up, and page down. Try the 4 presets first, there is likely one that you are happy with, if not then use the dials to the left to customise them to your liking.


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Sounds like I went around things the long way :Whistle:


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Andy, unless I'm mistaken, what you're referring to relates to the camera moves after editing has been achieved and switching views during a flight. The problem I was having was moving the camera while editing a camera move, trying to finely position the viewpoint.

 

It effects both as far as I can remember.


Cheers, Andy.

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Rocklife I have your same problem, I understand what you need, especially when you pusg PgDown or PgUp to edit vertical signt.

 

We need guys little step moving during editing, all we need is this.


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Like I just said this is exactly what is does, why not try it, I could not have explained it any more clearly without making a video and I simply don't have time to make one, so I suggest you watch the tutorial videos available on the EZDok forum. I am sure there is one of them that shows you how to change the SPEED in the Virtual Cockpit profile section.


Cheers, Andy.

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Yup, you're right Andy, as usual! Just tried it.


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Confirmed, many thanks Andy ^_^


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