The Camera Shot Library contains presets to help you quickly position your camera. You can also save custom shots to your library.
What is a camera shot?
The Camera Shot refers to the main camera viewpoint. All properties and settings related to the camera make up the current shot: including the camera's position, angle, target location, and lens size.
Saving camera shots to your library
You can save your current camera shot to your library as a preset. This will allow you to return to it easily in any of your BRIO projects.
To save your shot, first select the main camera. Current camera shot information is located at the top of the camera properties panel.
Select "Add to library" to save your shot. To rename the shot, select the options menu next to the current name and thumbnail.
Using the BRIO camera shot library
The camera shot library is located in the libraries panel.
In addition to your saved camera shots, the library includes a variety of presets you can use to help set up your shot basedon the size of your subject matter.
Select "Open Camera Shots" in the library panel to view the full camera shot library.
The shots are organized based on the intended subject size. Use the dropdown menu to view all size categories
Select a thumbnail from the library to apply the camera shot to your scene.
Fine-tuning your shot
Once you've applied a camera shot from the BRIO library, you'll likely need to make some adjustments to suit your particular scene. Check out other help resources to learn more about the main camera and camera settings.