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how can i turn the 3d lines off??

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Oct 22, 2020

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in the picture you can see the 3d camara lines...how can i turn it of??this is the new future from after effect but its disturbs when i want to put a object on the right place with all the lines i cant see the full object...

 

and anothe quastion how can i also turn the ancer point off?

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

You are not seeing 3D camera lines, you are seeing the new 3D cursor. They make manipulating 3D layers in the comp panel a lot easier and there is no need to change from the selection tool (v) to the rotate tool (w) or change the rotate tool from rotation to orientation. If you hide layer controls you won't be able to accurately grab any axis and make changes in the Comp panel, you'll have to use the properties in the timeline. 

 

Personally, the only thing I think that is wrong with the new 3D cursor is that the lines are way way way way too thick.

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how can i turn the 3d lines off??

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Oct 22, 2020

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in the picture you can see the 3d camara lines...how can i turn it of??this is the new future from after effect but its disturbs when i want to put a object on the right place with all the lines i cant see the full object...

 

and anothe quastion how can i also turn the ancer point off?

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

You are not seeing 3D camera lines, you are seeing the new 3D cursor. They make manipulating 3D layers in the comp panel a lot easier and there is no need to change from the selection tool (v) to the rotate tool (w) or change the rotate tool from rotation to orientation. If you hide layer controls you won't be able to accurately grab any axis and make changes in the Comp panel, you'll have to use the properties in the timeline. 

 

Personally, the only thing I think that is wrong with the new 3D cursor is that the lines are way way way way too thick.

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You can deactiveat layer controls under View > Show Layer Controls.

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You are not seeing 3D camera lines, you are seeing the new 3D cursor. They make manipulating 3D layers in the comp panel a lot easier and there is no need to change from the selection tool (v) to the rotate tool (w) or change the rotate tool from rotation to orientation. If you hide layer controls you won't be able to accurately grab any axis and make changes in the Comp panel, you'll have to use the properties in the timeline. 

 

Personally, the only thing I think that is wrong with the new 3D cursor is that the lines are way way way way too thick.

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