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Need help with cinematic and sky

Discussion in 'Cinematics' started by yuganeigii, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. yuganeigii

    yuganeigii

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    how do i fix the distance of the sky in a cinematic?
    heres the scene:

    image 1
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    i wanted the sky or field of vision (i dunno what to call it) to be like this:

    image 2
    [​IMG]


    BTW the area in the both images are the same

    thanks in advance for helping
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2012
  2. rulerofiron99

    rulerofiron99

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    In the camera editor, open the camera properties and set the "Far Z" value to something higher.

    When in camera view (your second pic), hold shift while scrolling up/down with the mouse wheel to alter it, and then click Set To Current View.
     
  3. yuganeigii

    yuganeigii

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    thanks man!