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14/05/2014 18:02:26

LULU153
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OK, another problem I cant figure out how to resolve!
I have an outdoor scene using one of the sets I've downloaded. I've used 3 cameras on this scene. Now I'm moving inside the set and need to have more than 1 camera available for the next scene (or ideally separate video) . Is there a way to import the scene again, but without the previous exterior footage (and then join the videos later)? If I try to import the interior scene, I get the whole timeline imported, which includes the exterior scene....

Hope that's clear!

and thank you
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14/05/2014 18:17:12

urbanlamb
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nope in this case you can only have 4 cameras this is a muvizu limit sorry

you would need to make a copy of the set and give it a new name and move the cameras where you want. You dont need to delete the timeline you can leave it there and move the start and end markers for the second scene down the timeline and carry on from there with the second copy of the set. This is more of an organization issue then a muvizu thing of course if they had unlimited cameras it would be easier but most engines even with no camera limit will grind to a halt if you have too many of them around
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14/05/2014 18:39:36

LULU153
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You really are a genius. Thanks so much
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14/05/2014 20:26:05

urbanlamb
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haha no not really its just people learn over time its just after you spend years making videos and animating you learn stuff. Anyhow glad you got it to work
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