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longjohnsally said over 10 years ago:Very nice and easy to use. It has just the right amount of functionality. I have two suggestions for anyone that is planning on using this to get a handheld camera look: 1. Make sure that after you group your camera to itself that you then snap the group pivot point to the center of the camera. If you do as the author seems to suggest, and leave the pivot point of the group at the world origin, then the effect of the camera shake can be very unpredictable (especially if you connect it to the rotate x/y/z). 2. I would also recommend connecting the tool to your camera group's rotate (not translate) attributes. Keep the amplitude very small. For me this was somewhere between .05 and 2. This gave a much more natural feeling movement then when I connected it to the translate attribute. Thanks again for making such a great tool. Two thumbs up.
bonimation said over 10 years ago:simple and cool!
rakesh nanda said about 11 years ago:many thanks. simple and no nonsense
pmorei said almost 13 years ago:Hi, just wanted to know if im doing something wrong. I followed your instructioins i.e importing the camShaker file, grouping the camShaker:tool node together with myCam camera node into one group. I then set the attributes OutputShak (camShaker) to the Tranlate attribute (myCam) I tweaked the amplitudeXYZ but im not sure if I should be keyframing something or it should just shake the camera when played back? Is there anything else I should be doing here? Any help would be great. Cheers
lowlight said over 13 years ago:Wonderful and simple little utility. This tool saved me a lot of time coming up with an alternative solution