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The current issue is that I need more space to the right for my text, but scaling the camera to capture more of the area won't work. Why is this so?

This is what I wish to achieve: http://i.stack.imgur.com/JSFmg.png

But I am stuck with scaling the camera:enter image description here

(what is shown in red is what I wish to achieve)

How can I capture more of the area? (I prefer not to do any compositing).

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You can also change the Resolution in Render Settings > Dimensions:

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For this you probably want to increase the X resolution.


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Note that you can't scale the camera up by adjusting these values, you will need to move the camera and/or change the Focal Length to zoom/scale the camera.

  • Adjust the Focal Length in Properties > Camera > Lens

  • The easiest way to zoom in/out with the camera is:

    1. Enter Camera view (Numpad 0) and select the camera

    2. Press GZZ to move the camera along the local Z axis.

By using a combination of the above techniques, you can place and scale the camera however you want.

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In the example you give, you only want to increase the size on one side of the camera. You would have to.

  • Increase the X resolution.
  • Adjust the X shift to only cover the right side of the image (otherwise both sides will be increased evenly).
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If there is a reason why you can't move the camera to get the detail rendered you want you could change the Focal Length in the Camera Properties:

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Another way is to change the Aspect Ratio note that changing these values will disort the image.

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  • $\begingroup$ I'll see if there are any other answers. Thanks' $\endgroup$ – Turbo Dec 28 '13 at 19:31
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In Blender 2.7 in "Display" settings. Try Framing: Extend Try Framing: Extend

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    $\begingroup$ how would this increase the camera render size? Can you elaborate a bit more on it, the answer is too vrief to clearly understand. $\endgroup$ – aliasguru Sep 5 '16 at 7:17

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