I’m working on a personal project with a combat theme, to create a better visual effect during some of the attacks, I tried to change the camera subject to the character’s head, and it worked, more or less, the truth is that from then on, the character no longer rotates with the camera and is just directed to the direction it was before changing the subject, I wanted to fix it but continue with the default Lock, I just have no idea how.
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Nop, as you can see, it stills not rotates the character when i change the camera subject to the head, as you can see here:
Humanoid.AutoRotate = true
Still not working , gonna look deeper into It
When you changed the camera subject to the character’s head, the character no longer rotates with the camera, which is causing some issues. To fix this, you will need to update the character’s orientation to match the camera’s orientation.
-- Find the camera and character objects local camera = game.Workspace.CurrentCamera local character = game.Players.LocalPlayer.Character -- Set the camera's CFrame to the character's head position and orientation camera.CameraSubject = character.Head camera.CFrame = character.Head.CFrame * CFrame.new(0, 0, -5) -- change the -5 value to adjust the camera distance from the character's head -- Update the character's orientation to match the camera's orientation character.Humanoid.AutoRotate = false -- turn off auto-orientation character:SetPrimaryPartCFrame(camera.CFrame + Vector3.new(0, 0, 5)) -- change the 5 value to match the camera distance from the character's head
This code sets the camera’s CameraSubject to the character’s Head, and sets the camera’s CFrame to be positioned behind the character’s head. It then turns off the character’s auto-orientation, and updates the character’s orientation to match the camera’s orientation.
Note that this code is just a starting point, and you may need to modify it to fit your specific needs.
It’s pretty simple actually, you just have to make sure the camera type is custom and the camera subject is the humanoid. Most people often make the mistake that it is the head or the humanoid root part.