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I know that its not possible to create an non-perspective camera in after effects. But I read about a way to fake the effect of an isometric camera in after effects. I just didn't find something useful in the web so far so I wanted to post the Question about how to create an isometric camera in after effects here so you guys can share your ideas on how to realize this problem.

I just cant get over the fact that its not possible in a mighty program like After Effects.

Thanks for your sharing your opinions and ideas in advance!

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Use a camera with a long focal length. The longer the focal length, the closer to isometric. Just back the camera far enough away to frame the shot.

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    works pretty well with a focal length of 50000 for me, thank you! – Marten Zander Mar 30 '15 at 13:19
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This might help, it's a script that creates an isometric camera view in After Effects

There's also a short blog post on how it's done which outlines the process:

Step 1. Add a new camera

Step 2. Change the camera settings:

Camera Position: 0,0,-5000
Zoom: 5000px

Step 3. Add a new null object, make it 3D and parent the camera to it

Step 4. Change the null object rotation to:

X Rotation: 35.264
Y Rotation: 35.264
Z Rotation: 35.264

Should get you close.

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  • Can you summarize the contents of the blog post? Answers should really be able to stand on their own in case linked content becomes unavailable. – Michael Liebman Jun 10 at 17:01

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