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Camera bug

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After I followed the step guide and started skyrim the camera became bugged. It floats above the character and when i move it shifts up and down, this happens if i change between both third/first person. 

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You made ini edits for camera?

 

Can you link to the instructions?

 

I don't see them here:

 

https://wiki.step-project.com/STEP:2.2.8#1.D._INI_Tweaks

 

If it looks something like this in your Skyrim.ini:

 

[Camera]fOverShoulderAddY=0.0fOverShoulderPosZ=18.0fOverShoulderPosX=0.0fOverShoulderCombatAddY=0.0fOverShoulderCombatPosZ=24.0fOverShoulderCombatPosX=0.0fOverShoulderHorseAddY=-72.0fOverShoulderHorsePosZ=50.0fOverShoulderHorsePosX=35.0fActorFadeOutLimit=-100fMouseWheelZoomSpeed=60.0f1st3rdSwitchDelay=0.95iHorseTransitionMillis=001

 

Just remove/remark out the entry to see if the problem goes away.

Edited by Kuldebar

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No, I didn't, but I will check the ini files. Maybe a mod changed them.

It does sound like a mod, TBH...first person perspective/realism type mod.

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armacombat15, on 22 Apr 2014 - 12:26 PM, said:

I don't think so, I mean the camera is completely broken.

It's either a script/mod or an ini setting (Plug-in default ini's to eliminate the latter possibility).

 

To eliminate the cause, load a clean save character made from a game with ONLY OFFICIAL Bethesda files) (I always keep one around for testing myself) and load into your modded build...see if problem persists. If it does, start disabling mods as a troubleshooting method.

Edited by Kuldebar

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