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Make my camera slower? PLS HELP

Hi, i need help with my camera. I am making a CSGO 3D edit so i am using the sequencer. I saw that there is a option to change playback speed but it affects all of the things in the sequencer.

Is there a way to make just my camera slower? Without changing the playback speed of other objects?

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Aug 24 '18 at 11:05 PM in Using UE4

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I got a solution... Basically what I did is that I slowed down all ( by adding ) and then I took all the animations that I had and speeded up the play rate until a point I tough it was right. This just didn't work but gave me a lot of ideas to use this with.

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answered Aug 27 '18 at 02:50 AM

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I believe one solution (and the only one that I see) is to add more keyframes to your animation or camera paths.

If you're using Timeline Node withing your blueprint to add movement to your mesh, then you would also have to change the Node. I presume they are moving at the same speed, if so, to not have to change every single blueprint, you could try to use a curve.

Lemme know if this helped you :D

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answered Aug 25 '18 at 01:01 PM

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I got a better solution... Basically what I did is that I slowed down all ( by adding ) and then I took all the animations that I had and speeded up the play rate until a point I tough it was right. This just didnt work but gave me a lot of ideas to use this with.

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