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By spekoun
#285101
When i export scene camera is very wide. When I open scene in studio, everything looks fine. Only thing I found ou which can correc camera is Film Back. I have to correctit to W=0.032. Then is camera same as in C4D. Do I something wrong, or is it a bug?
By JDHill
#285111
There's a previously-reported bug where the perspective will be off (i.e. film back is wrong) when the output resolution has a portrait aspect ratio - does this sound like the same thing you're seeing?
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By spekoun
#285316
Maybe. But perspektive is wrong ragrdless of aspect ratio. I set resolution 1800x1200 and 1280x720. Perspective was wrong in both cases. I opened scene in studio corrected film back and persp was fine.
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By zoppo
#285521
Do you use "write mxs" for export?

This seems to export the "Active View" and not the "Render View", which is very inconvenient for network use.
By JDHill
#285531
You're right - this is an oversight - I'll make sure it uses the Render View resolution when just writing MXS files in the future. About the original issue Spekoun, thanks - I was able to duplicate this on 1.8 CTP using your 1800x1200 example. I didn't dig out the old code to figure out why, but lots of things have been tweaked here since the release and it is working fine on my current code.
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By tennet
#286908
I am also experiencing problems with the camera when rendering with the new 1.8 plugin. I use a camera in portrait mode (21x30 cm 200 dpi). Attached is a test file I did that shows how much more cropped the rendered image is compared to the camera in the viewport. Same problem when using the new "render region"-tag. The selected region is much more cropped when rendered.

I am using Cinema R11 on Mac OSX. I am rendering directly from Cinema using the "Selected render view" (R).

Image

// tennet
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By Assistant
#287185
Hi

Sitting also on Mac and Cinema R11 with 1.8 plugin. As "Tennet" says I have the same problem. This just gives me the problem when Im going to render an interior but good with reference points so i can zoom out to get the right/same perspective.

Also using the function "Selected render view"
By JDHill
#287195
Thanks, it will be fixed in the next version.
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By tennet
#288731
When will the next version be released?
By JDHill
#288741
asap - it's ready to go.
By jespi
#288756
Thanks for the info Jeremy.

Cheers,

José
By adri
#288947
can we have the new plugin please?????

TIA

Adri

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