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I'm trying to change red-circled area so that it is entirely black. I don't want to preview what is outside of my camera. Any idea on how to do this?

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This is called the passepartout. It can be changed or disabled (with the camera selected) under the Object Data properties panel > Display rollout.

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Note: the Amaranth Toolset addon adds a passepartout slider to the Specials W menu when in camera view.

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  • $\begingroup$ It seems there is no passepartout at blender 2.80, where else can I find it? $\endgroup$ – NGE Jul 25 at 0:56
  • $\begingroup$ In blender 2.80 passepartout is in the camera settings (i.e. the camera context panel when you have a camera object selected), under Viewport Display $\endgroup$ – RobM Sep 5 at 15:22
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You want to edit the alpha value of something called "passepartout" which can be found in the camera settings. An alpha-value of 1 will make the area outside of your camera view completely black.

The screenshot below shows where you can find the setting.

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In Blender 2.80 its in the Properties Editor, Camera context ("Object Data"), Viewport Display, Passepartout:

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