Move that Camera (iClone7 Plugin)
A downloadable tool
After downloading the plugin. Install the plugin in your open plugin folder in iClone.
Make sure you right click the exe and "run as admin".
ex: "C:\Program Files\Reallusion\iClone 7\Bin64\OpenPlugin"
(If the "OpenPlugin" is missing just create a new folder with the name "OpenPlugin")
(If you update just replace all old files)
After it is installed run iClone7 in administrator mode. As the plugin need PIP and PYGAME to work. They will be automatically installed on the first run. You can also install them manually before you start iClone7. After the first run you can start iClone7 as usual (no admin mode is needed).
You also need to un-check: iClone>Edit>Preference>Reduce Idle Load.
Then start iClone and it should be in your Plugins>The-any-Key>Move that Camera
If the plugin don't show up in the menu try this:
If this is the trial version you need to login to your trial account.
If you dont have a trial account enter an email in the dialog that appear when you try start the plugin.
Enter a password you want and click register.
Go to your email inbox and click the activation link in it.
Go back to iclone and click the login button in the trial dialog.
Start the plugin via the plugin menu in iclone.
To use it select a camera or prop. Click "Load selected camera". Click "Test move". You can now rotate and move the camera with the mouse and WASD. You can also re-map the controls to joysticks.
When you click a button for the first time. A black window will show. Wait until it close and click ok on the message that is shown. When you click a button make sure you follow the instructions the plugin give you. First it will do a quick calibration. Then you will be asked to click the mouse button once. Then it is ready to receive input.
You can record your movement and then apply it from a start frame to a end frame that you set.
In order to download this tool you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $67 USD. You will get access to the following files: