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asierxs 10-16-2013 07:48 PM

Objects being cut by camera in alice 2.3
 
Hi, im making a fps in alice 2.3, but when the item gets to close to the camera it gets cut. Is there any way to change the camera depth? thanks :)

djslater107 10-17-2013 11:28 AM

Objects being cut in Alice 2.3
 
I am not quite sure that I understand what is going on, but you might look at the Rendering options in Edit: Preferences. But there is noh way in Alice to specifically change the camera's depth...

You might create an event (something is true) that moves the camera back when the character gets too close...

Don Slater

RobertDevita 10-17-2013 02:44 PM

You could use something similar to basic collision detection.
If the object gets within say 2 meters of camera (or however far away it is when it gets cut) then move the object back a meter or two. and create a "while the world is running event" and place this method in the "during" slot of the event.

chickentree 10-19-2013 06:49 AM

[QUOTE=asierxs;53563]Hi, im making a fps in alice 2.3, but when the item gets to close to the camera it gets cut. Is there any way to change the camera depth? thanks :)[/QUOTE]

I have not used them but under camera->properties->other there are options for changing the viewing angle and the clipping distance.
Although, from the default settings I would say that when the target disappears its because you ran into it and at that point a shot would blow your head off!


Mark

asierxs 10-24-2013 10:20 PM

The problem is seen on the gun. If i place the gun too close it will show just the part that is at longer distance from the camera (i will upload a screenshot when i get back to my house). Anyways thanks for the feedback :D.

asierxs 10-24-2013 10:27 PM

[QUOTE=chickentree;53575]I have not used them but under camera->properties->other there are options for changing the viewing angle and the clipping distance.
Although, from the default settings I would say that when the target disappears its because you ran into it and at that point a shot would blow your head off!


Mark[/QUOTE]

Thanks, that is what i was looking for ;)(english is not my main language so my vocabulary / grammar sillas are not very good :D).


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