Click "Video" at the top right of the navigation bar to enter the video shooting mode.

Add video

Once in video mode, click Add Camera below to create a timeline. After creating two cameras in a row, D5 can automatically generate a transition video between both shots.
The transition duration can be adjusted in the area between cameras.
You can create multiple shot keyframes at different locations and preview the video by clicking the play button or dragging the current time indicator.
Different cameras support different time, sunlight and HDR sky parameters to achieve the effect of scene light transformation.
After adjusting the parameters, click "Update" on the timeline shot to save the parameters. Or click "Minus" to delete the unwanted shots.

Video clips

Click on the "plus" sign in the clip list on the left to add different clips to the video. Each clip can be rendered separately or added to the queue.
Right click on the clip to copy, rename and delete the clip. The copied clip contains all the shot parameters and model keyframe information in the clip.
Select the clip and set the parameters for the camera movement in the right sidebar.
  • Easy Ease: Speed option to control the start and end of camera movement, which allows you to add camera speed control effects for different clips: Linear, Ease in, Ease out, Ease in and out.
  • Keyframe Interval: With the default "Auto" option, the transition time is calculated automatically when the camera is moving at 2m/s between keyframes. By changing one of these times, the intervals are automatically recalculated for the entire clip, so that the speed is always consistent between segments.

Keyframe Animation

Based on the existing timeline, you can set the model's keyframes after selecting the model from the list or scene.
After determining the position of the model in the scene and timeline respectively, click Add Keyframe to fix the state of the model in the timeline.
After determining the second keyframe on the timeline, the keyframe will be created automatically after adjusting the state of the model position or size, etc. The movement rate of the model is automatically calculated by the time difference between the model's position in the scene and the timeline. If you need to adjust the model's keyframe, overlap the current time indicator and the keyframe, update information about the model's position, size, and other parameters at the current keyframe.
Hold down the shortcut Alt and click on the timeline to quickly add a keyframe at that moment.
Select a keyframe to move its position on the timeline, or press Delete to delete an unwanted keyframe.
Use previouskey frame and next keyframe to quickly switch between keyframes.
Light switch: After selecting a light source, you can add a light keyframe anywhere on the timeline.
Rate matching: After selecting a character or vehicle model, turn on the matching switch to match the model's own movement rate (e.g. character step rate, wheel speed) with the keyframe movement rate.
Use the mouse wheel to move the timeline, and use the shortcut Alt + mouse wheel to zoom in/out of the timeline.

Render Video

You can set the image quality and format of the video when rendering it.
Video resolutions of 480P, 720P, 1080P, 2K, 4K are currently supported.
Video format currently supports .mp4 format.