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The preview of camera view

Hello. I am wondering if there is pop up preview window like AutoCAD (see the attached image) in BricsCAD? One way seems to be creating multiple vports command and select one of them to be camera view. Is that only way to preview my camera view?? In autoCAD, i just click camera and preview screen pops up. I really appreciate any help.. Thank you in advance!

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  • I tried.
    When I create a camera, I can double click on it and it will
    orient the drawing view to the camera view.
    From there you can display the view in any view render mode
    like modeling, wireframe, ... to preview the camera perspective.
    Or take a screenshot and such.

    If you are in Camera View, you can also Render that view,
    which will ask if you want to render in an extra Window, View Window
    or custom Window.

  • Michael, Thank you so much!! I really appreciate it.

  • Michael, Thank you so much!!> @Elizabeth2345 said:

    KrogerFeedback said:
    I tried.
    When I create a camera, I can double click on it and it will
    orient the drawing view to the camera view.
    From there you can display the view in any view render mode
    like modeling, wireframe, ... to preview the camera perspective.
    Or take a screenshot and such.

    If you are in Camera View, you can also Render that view,
    which will ask if you want to render in an extra Window, View Window
    or custom Window.

    Many thanks for that complete information!

    Thank you for your input!!!

  • Sadly Elizabeth2345's contribution is just another of those fake spam messages. I have flagged it, as well as two other spam messages, and assume a moderator will take appropriate actions.

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