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  03 March 2013
Xpresso Camera choice

Say I have a scene with 4 cameras. I want to make an xpresso set up where I can, using radio buttons in a user data interface, select the different cameras. I have got as far as setting up a compare node to access the radio button data. I thought I'd just add the output to the on switch of the camera but this doesn't seem to work. What am I missing do I need to convert my 1 value when the radio button is selected to an on state and then feed this to the camera

all the best

richard
 
  04 April 2013
Did you try the stage object with a link-list node? Unfortunately you will miss the morphing.

Regards, Robert
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  04 April 2013
first of all, while all this would also be technical possible in pure xpresso i would personally
recommend using a python node, as it would really make things alot easier.

your question is also a bit unclear to me. you are speaking of selecting a camera. where do
you want to select the camera ? in the object manager or in a timeline ? also from your
further descriptions it actually sounds more like you want to switch the active (render)camera,
rather than selecting a camera.
 
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