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Accidently cropped ratio of default perspective, trying to undo

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chriswilloughby210
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Accidently cropped ratio of default perspective, trying to undo

Hi, 

I accidentally cropped my perspective camera to 640x480. 

 

I haven't been able to undo it. 

 

If anyone can tell how to undo it I'd be super appreciative. 

 

Thanks for your time, 

Chris

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Message 2 of 5

Cropped? Accidentally?

Go to RenderSettings > ImageSize section where you can find a bunch of standard res presets, or enter your own sizes.


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Thanks for your help. Maybe I wasn't clear enough, the cropping is in the live viewport of the perspective camera. It's not a render setting of the image. In the jpeg I attached it shows a screenshot of the problem. 

Peace. 

Message 4 of 5

Yes, arrow in your image points to the 640x480, so I thought you are referring to the resolution.

Anyways, this kind of "cropping" happens every time for the viewport panel in such aspect ratio. Once you switch AttrEd/Chanbox visibility, the aspect decreases and resolution gate scales down. Perhaps, you can decrease its size relative to the panel in camShape > DisplayOptions > Overscan.. set it to smth like 1.500.


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Message 5 of 5

Thanks for the help. The problem was in display options. Somehow I had checked on Display Film Gate, Resolution and Gate mask. I must have somehow hit a hot key combination that clicked them on. Unchecking them solved the problem. have a good one. 🙂

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