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How to Use Scenic Mode in Planet Zoo

How to Use Scenic Mode in Planet Zoo
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There is a new update to the building simulator Planet Zoo! After all the hard work you have achieved to build the zoo of your dreams, you will want to get the most out of each and every view. The new Scenic Mode will help you see your zoo from every angle in new, exciting, and dynamic ways. You will have complete control over what you view, how it is viewed, and how effective each shot is. Let’s explore this new camera mode further and find out how to use Scenic Mode in Planet Zoo.

What does Scenic Mode do in Planet Zoo?

As you probably already know there are already three camera modes in Planet Zoo already: Standard Mode, Freelook Mode, and Explorer Mode. With update 1.14, Planet Zoo now has two extra camera modes: Scenic Mode and Cinematic Route Editor. To access any of these just click on the Camera Icon on the bottom of your screen.

To enter Scenic Mode, just click on it from the camera mode list and you will have a blue circle on your cursor. This is your center point, and you will now have to decide where you would like to place it. The camera will spin around this point automatically. You can control the spin speed and have the camera spin around the designated point as fast or as slow as you like, just watch out you don’t make yourself dizzy!

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There is also the option to choose the speed of the camera’s zoom. This determines how quickly or slowly the camera pans in or out, all centered around the point you placed. If you would like to see the camera moving out and around the scene then use the Spiral functions. These give the options to either spiral inwards or outwards of the point you placed. Using the Spin and Zoom settings is a great way of seeing the entire area without having to move it around yourself.

If you prefer to control where the camera is, you can use the Orbit tool. This lets you spin and move the camera around as you please, but of course, only around the center point you have already placed. All of these new Scenic Mode tools are super useful particularly for seeing or showing others the entire area that you built, or making videos of your progress in Planet Zoo!

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How to Use Scenic Mode in Planet Zoo