Camera paths and events can edited. Below are a few examples of modifications that can be made.
Moving a camera path
- Select the camera path that you wish to modify. A frame is now visible around the camera path.
- Click and keep the mouse button pressed down. The camera path is now attached to the mouse pointer and can be moved to a new position.
Stretching and rotating a camera path
- Click the camera path that you wish to modify. A frame and two yellow snap points at either end of the path are now visible.
- Move the cursor to one of the snap points; the mouse pointer turns yellow.
- Left-click and drag the snap point and stretch the camera path in any direction.
Editing a path event
- Click the Select single object tool on the 2D toolbar, or hit "S" on your keyboard so that you are in Single Select mode.
- Choose Change target, Change speed, Change elevation, or Change field of view from the Path editing tools section.
- Click twice to set the transition segment that you wish to modify. A purple frame, yellow snap points, and a thick line between the starting point and the end point are now visible.
- Click one of the snap points to stretch it. You can, for example, change the placement of the starting point, or the target point when working with the Change target tool.