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Title: Moving models vertically
Post by: andradechristo on November 15, 2012, 07:07:32 pm
I am trying to move a wind turbine vertically up into the sky to animate down. i want to have a series of the falling in an animation. When going to move the turbines it take an age to move them. how can i move large objects fast vertically??
Title: Re: help
Post by: Brian Hengelsberg on November 15, 2012, 07:32:44 pm
I am trying to move a wind turbine vertically up into the sky to animate down. i want to have a series of the falling in an animation. When going to move the turbines it take an age to move them. how can i move large objects fast vertically??

Back your camera farther away from the turbine.. Your mouse moment will be larger then if you are close up to it.
Title: Re: help
Post by: Zdenek Fajfrlik on November 15, 2012, 09:54:36 pm
check the faq for direct hight value input (in lumion the Y value...)

instead of using mouse movement

select object - enter value

regards stan
Title: Re: help
Post by: andradechristo on November 15, 2012, 10:55:54 pm
thanks for you help guys. I still am finding things difficult. panning back doesn't seem to help. i can see the axis to the top right of the screen but i don't know how to input the numbers. can you please assist.

thank you kindly for your help on this.
Title: Re: help
Post by: Morten on November 16, 2012, 12:44:32 pm
Hi Andy, here's how:

Build mode -> Select the wind turbine -> Edit properties -> A numerical type-in window is displayed on your right -> Type in the desired altitude in the Y field.

This numerical type-in window is unfortunately not available when you use the Basic Animation or Advanced Animation effects.