majqq 170 Posted June 2, 2019 Share Posted June 2, 2019 Hey, how can i zoom camera, without moving it? local x, y, z, lx, ly, lz = getCameraMatrix() smoothCameraMove(x, y, z, lx, ly, lz, x, y, z, lx, ly, lz - 0.5, 2100) Maybe a simple answer, but couldn't make it. Link to post

majqq 170 Posted June 9, 2019 Author Share Posted June 9, 2019 Hey, thanks. One more question related with camera, how can i get lookX, lookY, lookZ (i need same or similar result to setCameraTarget(getLocalPlayer())). Shortly, behind player back, no matters where's looking at. Link to post

Patrick 324 Posted June 9, 2019 Share Posted June 9, 2019 6 hours ago, majqq said: Hey, thanks. One more question related with camera, how can i get lookX, lookY, lookZ (i need same or similar result to setCameraTarget(getLocalPlayer())). Shortly, behind player back, no matters where's looking at. Is that what you mean? function getPointFromDistanceRotation(x, y, dist, angle) local a = math.rad(90 - angle); local dx = math.cos(a) * dist; local dy = math.sin(a) * dist; return x+dx, y+dy; end function getElementBackPosition(element) local x, y, z = getElementPosition(element) local _, _, rot = getElementRotation(element) local x, y = getPointFromDistanceRotation(x, y, 0.5, -rot + 180) return x, y, z end (https://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/GetPointFromDistanceRotation) 1 Link to post

majqq 170 Posted June 9, 2019 Author Share Posted June 9, 2019 4 hours ago, stPatrick said: Is that what you mean? function getPointFromDistanceRotation(x, y, dist, angle) local a = math.rad(90 - angle); local dx = math.cos(a) * dist; local dy = math.sin(a) * dist; return x+dx, y+dy; end function getElementBackPosition(element) local x, y, z = getElementPosition(element) local _, _, rot = getElementRotation(element) local x, y = getPointFromDistanceRotation(x, y, 0.5, -rot + 180) return x, y, z end (https://wiki.multitheftauto.com/wiki/GetPointFromDistanceRotation) Yes, probably something like this, however, i don't know if am using it wrong, because still it doesn't give me same result like: setCameraTarget(getLocalPlayer()) does, so lookAtX, lookAtY, lookAtZ still depends from where player looks. Link to post

savour 16 Posted June 25, 2019 Share Posted June 25, 2019 I think Matrix:getForward() with processLineOfSight should do the purpose Link to post

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