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||Posted - 05/06/2018 : 21:58:12
I’m new to Strata, can anyone help me with this question? In Strata 3D CX8, I can’t find any equivalent feature that displays the limit of the rendered frame to aid scene composition etc[url=https://community.norton.com/en/users/anhboy123y].[/url]
This was supported in both my previous 3D programs, Carrara and Maya,
Carrara allowed a “Production Frame” to be shown or hidden. This frame changed shape with the current pixcel dimensions setting in “Output”. A very similar feature in Maya was called “Display Resolution”.
I think I’ve looked in all the obvious places in the Strata User Guide without success.
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||Posted - 02/06/2019 : 05:12:53
Originally posted by Hopper2
If cost was an issue, Blender is way closer to Maya in terms of features and capability and industry support than Strata is...
Obviously this is a pretty old thread, but I thought it was just a very puzzling transition.
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||Posted - 05/07/2018 : 05:14:29
It's been a while since I've touched Strata, so forgive me if I'm not correct, but I believe the only way to view the current camera output limits is to open a new camera view window and just have it floating there for reference.
I'm curious though... why the switch from Maya?.. it certainly has it's problems, but you lose A LOT of functionality with a switch to an app like Strata...