It is a lightweight camera module, which can Implement the functions of angle rotation, angle stretching, smooth angle of view, etc. In addition, it also supports advanced functions such as entity tracking and external mode.
V1.4.0 or later requires CreativeCore support. In 1.14 and later versions, the “rotate” function will not be available for OptiFine installed.
press “P” to add path points.
Press “U” to start playing (the default time is 10 seconds)
press “V” to zoom in, press “N” to zoom out, and press “B” to reset the Scale.
press the “G” key to rotate to the left, press the “J” key to rotate to the right, and press the “H” key to reset the rotation.
/cam add [number] to place a path point at the current location.
/cam start <time | ms | s | m | h | d> [loops (-1 -> endless)] to start playback at a certain time.
/cam clear to delete all path points.
/cam set to the specified path point.
/cam remove to delete the path point.
/cam target, Setting camera target. If the input is empty, right-click the entity or box to Marker the target. Enter self for yourself.
/cam mode to Setting the current mode.
/cam interpolation <linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular>, Setting camera interpolation. The default is Hermite interpolation.
/cam follow-speed, Setting the tracking speed (target) of the camera, the default value is 1.0.
/cam show <all:linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular> displays the path using interpolation.
/cam hide <all::linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular>, use interpolation to hide the path.
/cam load <name>, try to load the save path of the target name (by world).
/cam save <name> to save the current path (including Setting) for the current world (stored by world).
/cam-server start [time | ms | s | m | h | d] [loops (-1 -> endless)] to start the animation of a player.
/cam-server stop to stop the animation of a player.
/cam-server remove to delete the specified path.
/cam-server clear to clear all saved paths.
How To Install Minecraft Mod
- Press the key combination “Window+R” to Open the Run command window
- Insert “%appdata%” and then press “Enter” to open The “Roaming folder”
- You should see a folder named “.minecraft”. If you see a folder named “mods”, simply open it.
- If you don’t see any “mods” folder in “.minecraft” folder, don’t worry! You can just create a new folder and name it “mods”. Right-click in the folder, choose “New” -> “Folder”, rename the folder to “mods” and you are done!