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Center Object To Viewport

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Hello there,

 

I am fairly new to C4D to forgive me if this question is really basic.

I was wondering if there is a shortcut to center an active object to the current viewport.

I found the PSR0 option and the shortcut O but none of this is exactly what I was looking for.

 

The problem is that I find new object way of my camera view as the animation evolves during time and I thought it would be so much faster to bring the new object just to the center of my view.

 

Thanks a lot for your help.

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S is to centre elected object to viewport.

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  • 5 minutes ago, joolsd said:

    S is to centre elected object to viewport.

    It seems so me that this centeres the viewport around the object. What I am looking for is to reposition the object so it appears at the center of my viewport.

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    5 minutes ago, startatframeone said:

    It seems so me that this centeres the viewport around the object. What I am looking for is to reposition the object so it appears at the center of my viewport.

     

    DO you mean so the object goes to the centre of the scene?

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  • Centered to where ever my camera points at that moment. 

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    Please update your profile to show at minimum what version of the software you are running. 

     

    There is an option to Create New Object at view Centre in Preferences. I can't say if you have that option or not because I don't know what version you are on.

     

    CBR

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    27 minutes ago, joolsd said:

    S is to centre elected object to viewport.

    Not quite. S moves THE VIEW to the object, not the other way round.

     

    CBR

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    5 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

    Not quite. S moves THE VIEW to the object, not the other way round.

     

    CBR

    Thats what I meant. I was obviously a bit bored and my brains not working.

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