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reduce movement speed in dollhouse mode2399

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Just wondering if there's a way to slow down rotation, title etc. in the dollhouse mode. I know in the panorama mode, pressing p opens the option to adjust pan and transition speed - just hoping there's something similar for dollhouse and floor plan mode that I'm missing.
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RobinLycka private msg quote post Address this user
Not that I know of.

If it´s just a temporary thing for a video recording then you could use the hidden devloper menu.

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It is for a video - so I will give that a shot. Thanks so much for the reply!
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cire385 private msg quote post Address this user
You could record it at normal speed and slow it down in your video editing s/w
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Cire385, I had considered that but figured I'd prefer to maintain the integrity of the clip to avoid any stuttering. I haven't tried it yet though - so it might work. Thanks for responding though!

3DscannUK's suggestion above worked like a charm!

Thanks again for the responses!
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cire385 private msg quote post Address this user
No prob. I actually did that a few hours before I saw this in Final Cut Pro just off a QuickTime screen recording. Came out fine, I was using it for a background video for a website so quality was not my top priority but it did fairly well.
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What screen are we using this up up down down .... to access the menu? I have tried on workshop and cant seem to get it..

Nevermind
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