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I am setting up an animation scene that needs to be a sprawling area. I have noticed that navigation gets awkward as I get further away from the central grid, especially in "user perspective". I am only at the point of setting up the main parts now and I would like to know now if I am doing something wrong before I get into adding the details. Is there a limit to how large I can make the world/set? Can I extend the outer boundaries? Am I doing something fundamentally wrong? Thank you!

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You can technically make the scene infinitely as large as everything scales linearly. as you start getting up to a large scale you might start running into clipping issues with the camera however this can be adjusted by adjusting the end clip of the view.

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However it's not recommended to scale things up more than needed as translation and scaling starts to get a little weird especially when you add cameras to the mix.

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