Camera Clipping Cone Wish

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olly
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Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by olly » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:17 pm

Hi,

Is it possible to add the option to limit the scattered objects to the camera's cone?

Keep the current way but it would be nice to choose between that or using the camera cone.

Thanks,
Olly

48design
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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by 48design » Thu Feb 10, 2011 5:06 pm

Thumbs up! ;)

cecofuli
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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by cecofuli » Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:41 am

Hi all,

up this features!
It's very, very important for RAM consuming!!! Please Karba! It's very stupid option, but very important!
This month I work in a two projects. Big mountain with grass and trees.
Multiscatter clipping plane works with a "circle" shape, but in this way, we have a lot of trees and grass behind the camera that consuming a lot of RAM!!!
and they are not visible in camera!

I Hope Rendering.ru follow the ForestPRO behavior cone clipping plane

peprgb
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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by peprgb » Sat Aug 20, 2011 2:35 am

+1
Really an useful feature lacking in MS

bended
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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by bended » Tue Dec 20, 2011 9:43 pm

+1 That would be sweet!

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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by stevesideas » Tue Dec 20, 2011 10:17 pm

Wouldn't an easy way be to create a spline in the shape of the cone and then just link it to the camera ? You could extend the shape quite a way into the distance depending on your scene.

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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by admin » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:51 pm

stevesideas wrote:Wouldn't an easy way be to create a spline in the shape of the cone and then just link it to the camera ? You could extend the shape quite a way into the distance depending on your scene.

We think it is good idea. It is much more flexible. Now MultiScatter have many functions and we really afraid to add too many functions.

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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by peprgb » Thu Jan 05, 2012 5:03 pm

stevesideas wrote:Wouldn't an easy way be to create a spline in the shape of the cone and then just link it to the camera ? You could extend the shape quite a way into the distance depending on your scene.


No, i dont think it would be easier. Maybe it's time for moving to Forest Pro, since they are constantly adding new useful features

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Re: Camera Clipping Cone Wish

Post by admin » Thu Jan 05, 2012 5:50 pm

peprgb wrote:
stevesideas wrote:Wouldn't an easy way be to create a spline in the shape of the cone and then just link it to the camera ? You could extend the shape quite a way into the distance depending on your scene.


No, i dont think it would be easier. Maybe it's time for moving to Forest Pro, since they are constantly adding new useful features


Yes, feel free for that. Forest Pro is great product. Itoo constantly copy our useful features

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