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A couple of issues with Cinemachine control

Discussion in 'Cinemachine' started by GookGo, May 15, 2018.

  1. GookGo

    GookGo

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    - In this video "Cinemachine Tutorial #1 - Basics", it demonstrates the camera can be manually moving while the timeline is playing but when I try to grab the cam in Hierarchy, the timeline play stops.

    *my Unity version is 2018.1.0f2 Personal, Mac

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  2. Gregoryl

    Gregoryl

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    You have to lock the timeline in place or it will disappear when you click on another object in the hierarchy. It's the little lock symbol at the upper right of the timeline window. That was mentioned earlier on in the video.

    You can't create a CM shot clip by dragging a vcam onto the timeline track, at least not yet (but it's in the pipe). You have to first create a new shot clip (right-click on the track), then you drag the vcam onto the clip's vcam field in the inspector.
     
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  3. GookGo

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    Totally my fault! Thank you so much Gregoryl! Cinemachine is really really cool!!! Perfect for me to create an animated show using motion capture :D Again, Thanks a lot!