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Customizable Camera by Arindel
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Added: 18/06/2013 - 09:06PM
Updated: 23/05/2014 - 12:08AM

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Uploaded by omega2008

Description

Last updated at 0:08, 23 May 2014 Uploaded at 21:06, 18 Jun 2013

Customizable Camera


Also available at Steam Workshop:
Customizable Camera

Requirements:
SkyUI 4.0 or newer
SKSE 1.6.15 or newer
Also...
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Scroll down and read Advices section. Might be important for you.


Recommended:
If you are playing as a ranged character, use this:
Proper Aiming
It will help with aiming with almost any camera setting.


Description:
Customizable Camera lets you modify the camera in almost any way you want via MCM.
- View Mode allows you toggle between normal camera and a close-up camera (or landscape camera if you wish).
PS: this is not TFC.
- Swap Side key allows you to change the camera sides quickly at the press of a button.
- Adaptive Sneaking allows you use a separate height slider for sneaking.
- Presets! Useful when you need a quick fix.
You can see the mod in action at Videos tab or just scroll down to Videos section of Description.
Notes:
- You can't change camera for mounted horses. That's broken since Skyrim Patch 1.6.


Incompatibility:
Any mod that alters the camera in the same manner.


Install:
1.Install via NMM or manually, it doesn't matter.
2. In game, wait for MCM to message: MCM registered 1 new menu(s). Only after that it will appear in MCM. If it doesn't appear, save and load and wait a little again.

Uninstall:
Uninstall Customizable Camera from NMM or manually delete the files. No OnUpdate events were used in making this mod.


Advices:
If you have customized your Skyrim.ini, delete the following lines:
//fOverShoulderCombatAddY
//fOverShoulderCombatPosZ
//fOverShoulderCombatPosX
//fOverShoulderPosZ
//fOverShoulderPosX
//fMouseWheelZoomSpeed
//fMouseWheelZoomIncrement
//fVanityModeMinDist
//fVanityModeMaxDist
//fPitchZoomOutMaxDist
//fDefaultWorldFOV
//fDefault1stPersonFOV
//fDefaultFOV
//fShoulderDollySpeed
Or comment them out by putting // in front of them. Should look just like above.

Q: But why?
A: It's not trully necessary, but if you use refreshini you WILL reset the camera to your settings.
Already done this mistake? Just save and load.