How to use First Person Keyboard/Mouse Navigation in DAZ Studio

1st person style Keyboard/Mouse navigation is a new feature in DAZ Studio 4.7. It makes finding the right vantage point for a camera in larger scenes much easier. In the above video I’ll show you how to use it.

Much like in 1st person shooter games, use your left hand to move the camera, and use your mouse or trackpad to look around.

I’ll also show you where to enable the mouse look around option and how to get rid of those annoying orange flashes as you hover around the scene. There’s an article about this on progamerreview.com/, be sure to check it out if you need some help.





2 thoughts on “How to use First Person Keyboard/Mouse Navigation in DAZ Studio

  1. Wonderful! Thank you! But even if I highlight a character in the scene, then shift to parameter and try to change the translation, it moves the camera,not the camera. Is there a toggle somewhere? I tried customizing the workspace, but it didn’t effect the change I wanted.

    1. Very good point indeed: when you’re done navigating the scene, you need to switch back to the Universal Selection Tool to select and move objects. It’s the little circle with an arrow icon:

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      Hope this helps!

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