The player should be able to freely rotate the camera, but it should stay in the received CFrame when the player stops moving. To provide a better example, this is similar to how the camera behaves in SCP: Containment Breach. In general, it is necessary to solve the problem of smoothly stopping the camera when the player stops, so that these camera movements look great! At the moment, the camera slows down sharply when the player is braking, it is ugly and strange.

I provide you with the code:

```
function Lerp(a, b, t)
return (a + (b - a) * t)
end
function GetCurve(frequency, intensity)
return math.sin(os.clock() * frequency) * intensity
end
local previousvelocity = 0
local isVelocity = false
RNS.RenderStepped:Connect(function()
local velocity = math.round(Vector3.new(HRP.AssemblyLinearVelocity.X, 0, HRP.AssemblyLinearVelocity.Z).Magnitude)
if velocity > 1 then
if previousvelocity < velocity then
previousvelocity = velocity
end
isVelocity = false
camera.CFrame *= CFrame.new(0, GetCurve(verFrequency, verIntensity) * previousvelocity / defWalkSpeed, 0) * CFrame.Angles(0, 0, math.rad(GetCurve(rotFrequency, rotIntensity) * previousvelocity / defWalkSpeed))
end
if velocity <= 0 and not isVelocity then
isVelocity = true
camera.CFrame *= CFrame.new(0, GetCurve(verFrequency, verIntensity) * previousvelocity / defWalkSpeed, 0) * CFrame.Angles(0, 0, math.rad(GetCurve(rotFrequency, rotIntensity) * previousvelocity / defWalkSpeed))
end
end)
```

Reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKKkS7HyWbI

That’s a video demonstrating this problem:

*P. S. This is a re-created post, since the previous one has stopped being discussed.*