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Old   September 15, 2016, 09:07
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Hi,

I ve been trying to make an animation using interpolate camera position. I found this page of kitware:
http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/Advanced_Animations

where you can see it explains how to do it. Problem I have (which I guess sounds stupid) is that I cannot find "Position" mentioned in the How To page:
Left click the top Position

could someone help me with that! Also, when I set the camera option to "orbit" I dont know where to set the center because paraview choose the center automatically and that is not the center I want.

tanx in advance
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