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rendering 3d layers

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Hello I'm working with a composition made of 2d and 3d layers and everything works great when

I playback preview, but as soon as I try to export my job by adding composition to render queue, 3d layers lose their position and start to float over the screen. I thought I had to select the right camera but render options panel doesn't show such a option. Can you help me? Thank you

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rendering 3d layers

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Hello I'm working with a composition made of 2d and 3d layers and everything works great when

I playback preview, but as soon as I try to export my job by adding composition to render queue, 3d layers lose their position and start to float over the screen. I thought I had to select the right camera but render options panel doesn't show such a option. Can you help me? Thank you

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There is no right camera, there is only the "Active Camera". Unlike in 3D programs, you cannot determein a specific view to be rendered. And therein is likely your anser: You designed your work without considering this and used a Front or side view, which cannot be rendered. I'm afraid you have to start over. Such mistakes cannot be fixed easily. Start by creating an actual camera layer that matches whatever view you actualyl used and then fix any misalignments.

 

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