25 de Agosto 2005
Play Tour (aka Fly Mode)
One of the nicest features in Google Earth is the "Play Tour" viewing mode. If you have a series of placemarks (for example, if you have entered in something for directions) you can fly along the path or series of placemarks.
For example, at the top left click on "Directions" and enter "Arlington, VA" at the start, and "Washington, DC" at the end. Next click "Search". The route between these two will be calculated. Now, you will see small "Play Tour" and "Stop Tour" buttons appear in the lower right below the directions. "Route" should be highlighted. Click the "Play Tour" button and you will be flown along the route to Washington, DC. (For added fun, select "Buildings" to see the 3D buildings of the Washington, DC area).
If you have a series of placemarks in your Places, you can select the folder with those placemarks and use the Fly Tour mode there as well. A keyboard shortcut - F10 - can be used as well.
You can adjust the speed, viewing angle, and height by going to the menu item "Tools->Options" and selecting the "Control" tab. Click on "Advanced" to adjust the Camera Tilt and Range.
Enviado por FrankTaylor at 25 de Agosto 2005 a las 08:21 AM
Enviado por: rnv at 9 de Diciembre 2005 a las 04:10 AM
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