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    Hey guys,
    i made an F-15 stunt film a loooong time ago with Movie Maker 2.0.
    It's still online, and i still don't have a decent pc yet, so here's the link for the movie again, for those who haven't seen it yet.

    http://www.home.no/amraam/Lock%20On%...C%20Stunts.wmv

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    Hey guys,
    i made an F-15 stunt film a loooong time ago with Movie Maker 2.0.
    It's still online, and i still don't have a decent pc yet, so here's the link for the movie again, for those who haven't seen it yet.

    http://www.home.no/amraam/Lock%20On%...C%20Stunts.wmv

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    Sweet Movie, Glowing Amraam. I'll have to start checking your vids out.
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    At the beginning you have the camera just on the engines, and keep it there, moving with the plane. Now, how do you do that, where you have it so that instead of watching the whole plane, its just watching part?

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    Go to F2 view, then pan to the rear of the plane near the engines. The, hit cntrl+F1, and you can now freely pan around that spot while you move with the plane!



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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Kuoster:
    Go to F2 view, then pan to the rear of the plane near the engines. The, hit cntrl+F1, and you can now freely pan around that spot while you move with the plane!
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    Sweet, thanks man, Ive seen that before, but could never figure out how to do it!

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    All in a days work



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    double post

    [This message was edited by Kuoster on Mon August 09 2004 at 11:30 AM.]
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    Ok, I tried that, when you say pan, I assume you meant the way the camera revolves around the plane in F2, but when I move it to the engines, and hit ctrl-F1, it takes me to the inside, it says its "Natural head movement" view. Which view mode should I have assigned to ctrl-F1 for what you said to work?

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    How do you get the camera and stuff to shake on Movie maker, glowing AMRAAM? I have it but can't do anything in it
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