in Cinema4D, 3Ds Max, Maya and Stingray navigation is standart:
alt+LMB = orbit around mouse CURSOR!!! (not clicking “F” all the time, not around some unknown point in space, not trying to look at same point while pressing AWSD, its around mouse CURSOR!) suppose I have giant space ship (single object) and I want to orbit around specific point on it, how would I do it? In Cinema4D I point mouse cursor at that point and in an instance I can look at that point from a different prospective. Same in 3Ds Max and Maya, but it takes forever to do the same in unreal…
Some users use reversed orbit. It means not reversing X or Y it means reversing both! See how reversing orbit works in Cinema4D and other applications
alt+RMB = zoom, but it MUST depend on distance from camera to cursor (point on surface where cursor points) why do I have to change speed all the time?
alt+MMB = pan. Same as zoom it MUST depend on distance from camera to cursor
It’s a nightmare to work in Cinema4D, Max or Maya simultaneously with Unreal engine or any other game engine except Stingray if viewport navigation is different. Please please please fix it!