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Is it possible to put a camera on a path and maintain it at a 1:1 ratio? what I mean by this, is if you look at the image below, it sort of drifts when rotating around..

I have it tracking an empty in the middle of the bed frame.

An example of the drift I'm on about: compare the camera location in the view port on frame 1 compared to frame 70, u see how the camera kind of moves away from the nurbs?

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Thanks

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You have two cameras on the scene.

You have a marker in the timelilne that controls switching the active camera to camera.001 as the active one at a certain frame.

On the second camera you have a different kind of animated motion.

You can delete the marker or disable the 2nd camera for rendering. You disabled the visibility of it but not the renderability (the camera icon)

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the information but my problem is the camera first camera that is moving around in a circle randomly drifts off from the nurbs.. Like I said in the original post.. look at the camera on the nurbs path in frame 1 (its sitting on the path) then go to frame 70 it is slightly off it i.cubeupload.com/UkKRCr.png - on path i.cubeupload.com/oJGQ7E.png - off path $\endgroup$ – Callam Warner-Billington Aug 10 '17 at 8:15
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    $\begingroup$ Just select the camera and press Alt G to clear the camera placement. $\endgroup$ – cegaton Aug 10 '17 at 16:53
  • $\begingroup$ Heh, can't believe it was that simple haha, thanks a lot dude. $\endgroup$ – Callam Warner-Billington Aug 11 '17 at 8:53

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