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Old 10-03-20, 16:58   #1
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Default Shake effect in Flyby Cameras?

Hello, it's possible to do a shake effect during a Flyby Camera?, like an earthquake to be more exactly? The earthquake itself not works during a flyby . I need this effect for a Cutscene.
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Old 10-03-20, 20:40   #2
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I am not sure this will work but maybe add the "small earthquake" effect in the animation of an object (you can do that in wadmerger)?
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It didn't work.
(Btw i'm using your earthquake animation for Lara, it looks very good )
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Old 10-03-20, 23:03   #4
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Well, in my case I didn't use a flyby camera but yes a fixed camera with keyboard disabled. Maybe through scripting you can disable the flyby camera, jump to a fixed camera (+keyboard disabled) and, if you need, after X frames/seconds you could jump back to a new flyby sequence (though, as it seems, the earthquake won't work with the flyby)...

It really depends on what you want to achieve here

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