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detect camera movement

Posted: Wed, 6th Dec 2006, 9:25am

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thyphoon

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Do you think to add a detect camera movement in your softwares ?
i think it's great to link camera movement with animation layer to move background

i hope you understand my bad english !

Best regards

Thy
Posted: Wed, 6th Dec 2006, 10:07pm

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jmax

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There's nothing about your english to apologize about. Trust me when I say that you speak english better than a lot of native-speakers on this site!
Posted: Thu, 7th Dec 2006, 4:49am

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thyphoon

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jmax wrote:

There's nothing about your english to apologize about. Trust me when I say that you speak english better than a lot of native-speakers on this site!
thanks to reassure me ! :o)
Posted: Thu, 7th Dec 2006, 4:54am

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Serpent

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They actually said they may include this feature in the future. However, I would not depend on that for the time being becase it was not a sure thing at all. Stick with what I just said for now unless a team member can say otherwise.
Posted: Thu, 7th Dec 2006, 11:46am

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thyphoon

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Serpent wrote:

They actually said they may include this feature in the future. However, I would not depend on that for the time being becase it was not a sure thing at all. Stick with what I just said for now unless a team member can say otherwise.
Thanks for you answer !