1. select Datasetcamera
Click here for easy and direct selection of the camera of the aktiv dataset.
2. select Target of Datasetcamera
Click here for easy and direct selection of the targetcamera of the aktiv dataset.
3. Copy Data from a selected Camera to Photostudio
Use this button to copy all relevant data of the selected camera to Photostudio. PS-Pro will read all data of a vray-cam too and will also use this data, because mental ray can render a v-ray camera.
4. Copy Data from Photostudio to a selected Camera
Click on this button to copy all the relevant settings from PS-Pro to the selected camera.
5. Perspective Correction on
6. Perspective Correction off
Click on this button to remove the Camera Correction modifier from the selected camera.
You set the Chip Size of the camera here.
You set the focal length of the camera here.
activate Panorama Mode to render 360 degrees Images.
Width Button/ Overscan FunctionUseful Function if you need extra image margins for your renderings - it adjusts your camera and render settings so that your old image will be part of the new rendering without changing perspective.
Width of the image in pixels.
Height of the picture in pixels.
The aspect ratio of the image
jump to Hour/Frame
Activating this function will set the time/frame to the value that was saved with the Dataset. When saving a dataset the current time/frame will be saved. You cant change this value manually. But you just have to set the new time/frame and save a new dataset at that point of time/frame.
Set the Framenumber or Daytime of Dataset, to calculate the Exspoure at this time.
Swapping between landscape and portrait format.
Is this aktive the image aspect will be locked.