QOrbitCameraController class allows controlling the scene camera along orbital path. More…
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The controls are:
Left mouse button
While the left mouse button is pressed, mouse movement along x-axis moves the camera left and right and movement along y-axis moves it up and down.
Right mouse button
While the right mouse button is pressed, mouse movement along x-axis pans the camera around the camera view center and movement along y-axis tilts it around the camera view center.
Both left and right mouse button
While both the left and the right mouse button are pressed, mouse movement along y-axis zooms the camera in and out without changing the view center.
Mouse scroll wheel
Zooms the camera in and out without changing the view center.
Move the camera vertically and horizontally relative to camera viewport.
Page up and page down keys
Move the camera forwards and backwards.
Changes the behavior of the up and down arrow keys to zoom the camera in and out without changing the view center. The other movement keys are disabled.
Changes the behovior of the arrow keys to pan and tilt the camera around the view center. Disables the page up and page down keys.
Moves the camera so that entire scene is visible in the camera viewport.
- class PySide6.Qt3DExtras.Qt3DExtras.QOrbitCameraController([parent=None])#
Properties can be used directly when
from __feature__ import true_property is used or via accessor functions otherwise.
- property PᅟySide6.Qt3DExtras.Qt3DExtras.QOrbitCameraController.zoomInLimit: float#
Holds the current zoom-in limit. The zoom-in limit determines how close to the view center the camera can be zoomed.
- Access functions:
zoomInLimit – float
Setter of property
- Return type:
Getter of property
Notification signal of property