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About how many times per second do you change your view?

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always. It is same on lot of games,When I play war thunder I always look around..

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Sometimes I notice that I attempt to change my view orientation at a higher rate than the FPS that my game is currently running at, and then I remember how silly that is, and I stop.

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View orientation in KSP?

Depends on the situation ... quite often if I do screenshots/enjoy the view.

Rather seldom, if I perform maneuvres via IVA (with Halp of RasterPropMonitors)

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I pan the camera about lots and I switch from orbital to free mode quite a bit too. the trick is remembering to not do that or to pan smoothly when I'm recording a video!

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Not much, I like to keep the horizon out of sight when launching stuff on my laptop, but generally don't play with the view that much.

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When I'm docking, lots. Probably 20-30 times/min. When I'm just cruising in space, landing, or doing a powered landing, not very much.

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I generally don't pan around very much. I find a good spot to take a screenie, and that's about it.

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I change it about 0.15 times per second (about every 5 - 10 seconds) ;)

'course that depends what I'm doing. During ascent, I tend to gravity turn in the map view, in which I just set up a good view once and leave it while I focus on what my Apoapsis is doing and such. During re-entry, I tend to keep the camera pointed skyward to ease the burden on my video driver.

During docking, however... heh ^^;

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hardly ever unless I'm trying to get a nice view for a screenshot. I set a view that seems to work, and stick with it until I reach another phase in the flight.

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When conducting orbital maneuvers, hardly at all because I'm in map view staring at the navball.

When landing, all the time because I'm looking for obstructions.

When ascending or coasting through orbit, a lot because I'm admiring the pretty ship orienting for good screenshots.

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