so what exactly is supposed to happen?
I showed exactly what I want to do and I don’t think I should explain again. Please try reading the entire post.
He did explain though.
I’m not sure if I’m right, but I’m pretty sure what MagicQuartz is trying to do is recreate the portals in the Ready Player Two Hub. I’m not too good at scripting so that’s pretty much all I can say…
That’s exactly what I’m trying to do. Thank you so much for clarifying that, and sorry for not being understandable enough.
@MagicQuartz Try using this
game.Players.PlayerAdded:Connect(function(plr) plr.CharacterAdded:Connect(function(char) local HumanoidRootPart = char:FindFirstChild("HumanoidRootPart") HumanoidRootPart.CFrame = CFrame.new(partname)
I hope this works and if this is what you are trying to do, it should work! gl with your project!
So, I read through the whole post carefully and you’re saying that your problem is that you want a separate camera for each viewport frame. Well, I’ll try going into detail on how I would do this. Disclaimer: I do NOT have access to studio currently so I can’t test this solution out. Basically, you want to insert a camera object inside the viewport frame. Then what you want to do is put a script inside the camera object. The script will contain this code:
--- Script parented to the camera -- Let's first define a variable local Model = YourModel -- Next let's make this camera face the model. script.Parent.CFrame = CFrame.new(Model.Position + Vector3.new(5,0,0), Model.Position) -- Sets the camera 5 studs away from the model on the X axis and makes the camera look at the model.
Ok, this code I’ve shown works like this. First, you insert a camera into the viewport frame. Second, you insert a script into the camera and put this code. Next, you define the “Model” variable to your model in the viewport frame, and then, you test this code.
Thanks so much for the help. I’ll try it tomorrow.
Thanks I really appreciate it. I’ll try it tomorrow.
@MagicQuartz Are you trying to make it teleport a player?
No, I know how to make the teleportation, I just need the object in the gate/portal to match the player’s view.
Oh, could you send me a video in private msgs of that so I can try to help.
I’ll send it later, and thank you, I appreciate your help.
So, I read the script (and tried it). My goal ismaking the viewport frame look like it has depth, not setting the camera to a CFrame in a certain distance, because then it would just look like an image of the object, and when you change your own camera’s position, it wouldn’t adapt.
What do you mean?
What do I need to flag?
that was a post referring you to the portal effect post I didn’t see you had already used it above at first
So what happened? I don’t understand…
Mess around with how far the camera is from the object. Other than that, I can’t help much. Try making the camera a few studs farther. Also please send pictures of the portal.
So, I read more thoroughly through the Re-Creating a Portal Effect, and found a solution. Thanks for everyone who tried to help, I really appreciate it.
Sorry to bump this!
Did your solution involve having a Portal as the base part and a seperate Camera Position for the viewing? That’s the issue I have.
I did, I submitted an a answer