How do I fix perspective in Revit?

How do you lock a Perspective view in Revit?

To lock the view, go to the View Control Bar at the bottom of the Revit interface and click on the little house with the padlock (Lock 3D View). Click this icon and choose the ‘Save Orientation and Lock View’ option.

How do you change FOV in Revit?

In order to change the camera position, you can simply drag the camera to a new location. As you drag the camera, realize that it only rotates about the target point. Also, the far clip plane always remains the same distance from the camera. As you drag the camera, the field of view changes.

How do you change camera settings in Revit?

To make adjustments to the Camera after placement, open the Plan view. In the Project Browser, right-click the Perspective view and in the pop-up menu, click Show Camera. Or, with both the Plan view and the Perspective view open, click the FOV frame in the Perspective view, and the Camera will appear in the Plan view.

How do you lock a view?

Locking a View

  1. Right-click the view to be modified (either the view frame or the view itself).
  2. Select the Properties option from the contextual menu. The Properties dialog box appears:
  3. Select the View tab and select the Lock View check box.
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How do you unlock Revit models?

Select a locked form. Click Modify | Form Element tab Modify Form panel (Unlock Profiles).

How do I change the angle of a 3D view in Revit?

In the Project Browser, right-click the 3D view name, and select Show Camera. The hollow blue dot is the focal point and the pink dot is the target point. Drag the camera to modify the camera level. Drag the hollow blue dot to modify the focal point around the axis of rotation (the target point).

How do you view cameras in Revit?

In the Project Browser, right-click the 3D view name, and select Show Camera. The camera is selected in all views where the camera is visible, such as plan, elevation, and other 3D views.

How do you rotate the camera view in Revit?

In the Project Browser, right-click the 3D view name, and select Show Camera. The hollow blue dot is the focal point and the pink dot is the target point. Drag the camera to modify the camera level. Drag the hollow blue dot to modify the focal point around the axis of rotation (the target point).