Author Topic: Ortho and Perspective  (Read 1864 times)

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Offline 2DCube

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Ortho and Perspective
« on: March 24, 2015, 08:40:58 am »
When I hit 'render' in Rhino and the model appears in Keyshot, if I select top or front as an example often the model is clashing with the lens...  I have to switch to perspective view, change the focal length to 35 and then back to orthographic view, and then centre and fit part so that I can zoom in and examine the model.

This is a bit of a pain, is there any way around this?

It would seem that most of my problems are from using the render options from Rhino 5.  (it's also a pain that when I update the model the camera moves...  Sure I can create and save a camera view but sometimes I just want a basic clay render without having to fiddle with bits)

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