Scale z Depth

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benobeone
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Scale z Depth

Post by benobeone » Fri Jun 21, 2019 10:14 am

Hi

When I use Scale Z depth on a layer in a comp with a panning camera I still get scale change. the amount it changes seems to be dependant on the amount of change in the x position.
This happens if I have the Dimensions separated on the camera or not.
Any idea why this may be occurring?

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Duduf
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Re: Scale z Depth

Post by Duduf » Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:20 am

The scale is computed depending on the distance with the camera, so any move will change it.

This tool is entended only to be used only when you place the layers where you need them, and then to be removed to animate the camera.

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