Then what do I need to put there to get full body zoom
@Zoom on (number of zoom)
And then u do that for about 3 times to see the whole body
Like this example
And put it on whatever zoom u want and put it like 3 different times but on different numbers u can move the camera to see what coordinated u want the zoom in
@Kelzblogs , @kw.episode has provided an awesome thread for you to check out-the thread called HOW TO: Zoom from the Feet to the Head (Full Body)
Did you read through it?
Ok I will tell you if it worked after I take my dog for a walk and thanks for your help
&PEYTON spot 1.00 450 128 in zone 1 THEN PEYTON faces left
&PEYTON walks to spot 1.00 210 128 in zone 1 THEN PEYTON faces left AND PEYTON starts talk_afraid
&PEYTON moves to layer 3
&RAQUEL walks to spot 1.09 105 77 in zone 1 THEN RAQUEL faces right AND RAQUEL starts talk_sheepish
&RAQUEL moves to layer 2
@zoom on 81 0 to 224% in 0
it worked but now it’s making my whole story do it how do I it stop it I’m confused and it won’t do it before I say the character looked
this is so confusing
Once u put that then u put:
OK thanks very much
No problem if u have any more problems go to my thread or pm me😊
is there any way to put more than one character on screen but in different backgrounds so its kind of a grid?
I think there is
do you know how to code it or is there something on the guide?
Try to look in the guide I think there is something like that
ok thank you!
You can use either spot directing or make them stand at positions.
The Spot Directing Guide: Spot Directing (Moving Characters Around)
Using Spot directing:
@JOHN spot 1.280 200 0 in zone 2 at layer 2
You could also make them stand at a position in a zone:
Positions that are available for them to stand:
You can also make them face a direction:
@CHAR1 faces left
@CHAR2 faces right
And you can have them doing an animation in the background.
So using & instead of @ will sometimes be helpful when placing characters if you don’t want them to pop out of nowhere.
Also, note that a background contains zones-usually 1 to 3, but some backgrounds will have just 1 or 2, or even four.
Hope this helps and good luck : )
P.S it’s all about experimentation
Thank you so much!!