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ArononymouS 14 Jun, 2013 às 17:02
Screenshot help please??
Can somebody tell me if it's possible to take screenshots when the camera is in idle (that cinematic circling when you don't touch anything for a while)??

Each time i press f12 to snap with steam I just get a screenshot from behind, is there some way to get a 'freecam'?

thanks in advance
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ArononymouS 14 Jun, 2013 às 17:04 

Also is there a way to re-position my character's limbs to a new pose (longshot)..
MGraham 14 Jun, 2013 às 17:18 
First of yes free camera is easy bring up your console and type 'TFC' and your camera is free. Secondly to pose your characters mods are best although I cant recomend any and there is no way to do it via console. Please dont do any skimmpy female screenshots im sick of seeing that crap :P
Practical1 14 Jun, 2013 às 17:47 
Also, type 'TM' to make your HUD and the console itself invisible, then type the same command again to get it back.

Oh, and if you want to freeze time with "free camera", type TFC 1 instead, and if you want to use the console to find idle poses for you or anyone to perform, just type in 'help idle' and it'll show you a large list of idle animations for you to use with the 'playidle' command.

Eg: 'player.playidle idlewerewolftransformation' (don't try this at home, kids... or at all... the effects of it are horrifying)

If using the console isn't your thing, here[] is a mod that will let you do the same thing as 'playidle', but in more "controlled" circumstances.
Última alteração por Practical1; 14 Jun, 2013 às 17:48
WhoIsGeez 14 Jun, 2013 às 18:10 

FNIS, it's a mod for animations and poses. You need that first, then you can add all kinds of new animations in your game. It also has a built-in animation pack.
Última alteração por WhoIsGeez; 14 Jun, 2013 às 18:11
ArononymouS 14 Jun, 2013 às 18:41 
Thanks these are some really useful suggestions!
STURM-KATTEN [SC-KL] 14 Jun, 2013 às 21:52 
I don't use TM, as you cannot see what you are typing into the console..or any other command for that matter, I simply press escape, visual settings and turn the Hud opacity right down. This removes your HUD AND KEEPS the console visible while you are taking screenies. The only key you have to press to do this is the escape key and a couple of clicks of the mouse. Well easy and quick. (no offence Practical, just offering an alternative:)

Última alteração por STURM-KATTEN [SC-KL]; 14 Jun, 2013 às 21:54
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