In this tutorial we will set up a content slider that will allow our images to rotate around any other content using nulls to drive the animations. We’ll also look at how it can be used as a transition as well.
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You don’t need an expression for rotation. Just use Auto Orient Towards Camera.
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You would think that Auto Orient Towards Camera would work, but in this case it doesn’t work 100%. With AOTC the front and back image will always be at perpendicular to the camera, but the left and right images will be rotated inwards slightly towards the camera. You have to use the expression like he shows in the tutorial to have the side images perpendicular. I tried it both ways and the AOTC is not the best solution.
thanks for the usefull tips
Can this be made into a slide with about 70 images
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