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BlackStorm
02-28-2006, 04:49 PM
hi guys
im looking for some XSI basic tutorials
plz basic :D
tanx

BlackStorm
02-28-2006, 04:52 PM
1 Question
how can i zoom?
in the maya with scrol we can zoom in XSI how?
tanx :D

rozak831
02-28-2006, 05:17 PM
If you read the manual you can find how to do this very easy. I will give you a little hint:
The Navigation tool combines a number of different viewport navigation tools into one.

To activate the navigation tool

Choose Navigation Tool from the camera icon menu or press the s supra key in a viewport perspective view. Then do any of the following:

- Left-click to track (pan).

- Middle-click to dolly.

- Right-click to orbit.

Press Shift and click as follows:

- Left-click to track (pan) horizontally/vertically.

- Middle-click to roll.

- Right-click to orbit horizontally/vertically.

Press Ctrl and click as follows:

- Left-click to zoom in using the rectangular zoom tool.

- Middle-click to zoom out using the rectangular zoom tool.

BlackStorm
02-28-2006, 05:34 PM
tanx men :thumbsup: can you finde for me some basic tutorials?
:D

mocaw
02-28-2006, 06:20 PM
Well to start if you look through the sticky threads at the top of this XSI forum you'll find a whole thread devoted just to newbies (like me) and one with tutorials.

Try holding down "S" BTW and using different mouse buttons...

dwigfor
02-28-2006, 07:06 PM
Tutorials:
www.edharriss.com (http://www.edharriss.com)
www.xsibase.com (http://www.xsibase.com)
www.digitaltutors.com (http://www.digitaltutors.com)
www.3dbuzz.com (http://www.3dbuzz.com)
www.softimage.com (http://www.softimage.com)
www.3d-palace.com (http://www.3d-palace.com)


You'll probably be better just buying the www.3dtutorial.com (http://www.3dtutorial.com) Intro to XSI. $50 or so, but it's got hours of training...

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