I have purchased Active Camera after reading some reviews and i have almsot mastered it in 10 minutes. The peoblem is i want wing view. I do external view, then walk up to the wing, adjust my height and look out the wind but when i pull away the cam stays stil and plane keep going. I have looked on the AC site and it don't tell u how to keep a fixed point.
go to the virtual cockpit then move your camera back until you see a wing if you see no wing your plane does not have a wing view meljet has some wing views and many others
I don't know why, but by looking at your post I feel like eating campbell tomato soup.. too bad I don't have any here 😞 I'll go buy some tomorrow or Monday 😀
I don't know why, but by looking at your post I feel like eating campbell tomato soup.. too bad I don't have any here I'll go buy some tomorrow or Monday
thats completely stupid and an unnecesary waste of website
I dont think you can do that with active camera. Your best way is to look at the wing in the virtual cockpit
Go into your virtual cockpit
Press and hold Numpad 2 so you start going backwards. Keep going until you get to the wing and then face left or right so you are looking down the wing. You should now have a wingview
thanks guys, i'll try it. Also, When doing External view, where u can walk around aircraft, How can you place the camera at the other end of the runway etc without having to spend half hour walking up it?
I did the wing view, thanks for helping me.
How can i move the extrenal view to the bottom of the runway without walkinng down there?
Again I'm not familiar with Active Cam or what advantages it has over taking screen shots from spot plane views, or tower views. I've been able to get some fun shots with the spot plane. Below, I'm in the Extra and the screen shot is with the spot plane positioned in a unique spot for sure. (Rome, Italy)
I've taken others with the view looking up through the cabin of the Cessna Caravan I'm flying. This is one of my favorite perspectives of the plane I'm taking off from Athens with, while another a/c has just taken off on the other parallel runway.
I've reduced them both to avoid making the page scroll.