Controling "mia_lens_bokeh"´s distance plane with a locator?

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Old 08 August 2009   #1
Controling "mia_lens_bokeh"´s distance plane with a locator?

Hi there!

I would like to know what to connect to control comfortably my depth of field, since I am then much more effective to control the dof over a Locator instead then rather checking always how far anything is away, then keyframing this circumstancial right at the "Plane" directly.



thank you for any feedback! =)
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Old 08 August 2009   #2
I attached an example.
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Old 08 August 2009   #3
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hey Dude! Thank you very much for that!... exactly what I was looking for.

I haven´t catched the Idea, to cover the Distance Information over the distancetool!
And I also learned that using the Lensshaderlist enables you to get use of more then one
Lensshaders at a time!

regards! - Kay
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Old 08 August 2009   #4
Glad i can help.
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