Frequent question: How do I widen view in Sketchup?

How do I make the view bigger in SketchUp?

Setting your field of view

  1. Select the Zoom tool by pressing Z on your keyboard.
  2. Type in an angle (in degrees) that represents how wide you’d like your view to be, and press Enter — this is your field of view. For a 45 degree FOV, you’d type 45deg. The larger the angle, the more you’ll be able to see.

How do I reset my view in SketchUp?

“Camera” pull-down, click “field of view”, type-in “30”, hit enter… this should bring you back to default. You can also drag the spyglass to change the VCB (lower right-hand corner.

What is the best field of view in Sketchup?

For views of the outside of something you’ve built, you might like to use a field of view of 35 to 45 degrees. For interior views, you may prefer to use 60 or 70 degrees.

Why is Sketchup cutoff?

Another situation that can cause clipping is when the Perspective camera mode is turned off. In that case, click the Zoom Extents button (it looks like a magnifying glass with four red arrows pointing outward). The camera zooms out to display the entire model, and the clipping is eliminated.

How do I reset zoom in SketchUp?

Try Pressing ‘Shift’ + ‘Z’ for Zoom Extents (which is also found on the Camera Menu).

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How do you look inside a SketchUp model?

After you place your camera, SketchUp automatically switches to the Look Around tool ( ). Basically, you just click and drag the cursor in the direction you want to look, but the next section, Looking around your model explains the details.