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Camera distortion

New Here ,
Oct 02, 2018 Oct 02, 2018

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Is there a way to fix the distortion falloff when i have several objects in frame. See sample. I understand there will be a little bit but this looks like it is falling out of the picture

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Adobe Employee , Oct 02, 2018 Oct 02, 2018

Dimension uses a physically based system to give the most realistic effects.  This type of distortion is caused by the Camera's "Field of View" setting.  Essentially whether it's a wide angle lens (more distortion) or narrow (less distortion).  You can change this in the Camera properties.

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Dimension uses a physically based system to give the most realistic effects.  This type of distortion is caused by the Camera's "Field of View" setting.  Essentially whether it's a wide angle lens (more distortion) or narrow (less distortion).  You can change this in the Camera properties.

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Ahhh thankyou I was starting too close then adjusting the field of view slider.

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