How to record from 3rd person camera in Drone Hunter VR – Tutorial [Eng Sub]

How to record from 3rd person camera in Drone Hunter VR – Tutorial [Eng Sub]


Hello there, we are the creators of the Drone Hunter VR game. In this video I want to show you an interesting way of recording your own unique gameplays from our space shooter! There are two basic camera modes in our game. One of them is the first-person view and the second one third-person view. To activate the first camera mode you should go to the menu by pressing Esc key. Next, go to the Center Camera option. Now, as you can see the whole perspective gets much better than in default camera – which is supposed to make a game experience the most efficient. Let’s go back to our menu and select Youtube Camera option. It’s the third-person mode. This can be controlled with gamepad. We recommend to use an Xbox one. The left stick can be used to move the camera in different directions, left right up and down. And with the triggers you can move forward and backward. The right stick is used to slightly operate your panoramic view. As you can see by moving the stick left, right, up or down the camera follows you and makes the view more panoramic. There are three additional modes of the basic third-person mode. In the default one the camera is trying to range both player and the followed drone. We suggest you to move your perspective a little away from the space station in this mode. This mode can be activated by pressing Y key and we can always get back here after changing mode to another one. With an X key you can return to the third-person perspective directed on our Drone Hunter. You can possibly zoom in and out using the gamepad’s arrows. A key is for tracking drones. You can also make use of B key, which speeds up your camera movement in space. It goes as following – by pressing the B key camera follows a little faster. After choosing the most suitable camera mode you can start recording your gameplay video. To do that, if you have Nvidia card use Shadow play. In the video description you’ll find a tutorial link on how to use Shadow play in gameplay recordings. But if you have different kind of graphic card or an older version of Nvidia, which does not support Shadow play, you can always use some free software like OBS. Tutorial about this one you will also find in the link below. That’s it. Thanks!

Eugene Islam

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