Home Minecraft Mods CMDCam Mod (1.20.4) | Take Amazing Cinematic shots!

CMDCam Mod is a Minecraft modification that allows you to create smooth camera paths, including zoom, tilt, and follow target making it the perfect tool for creating cinematic shots in Minecraft, such as time-lapses, planning shots, and flyovers.

How The Mod Work:

CMDCam Mod is a mod that adds a way to create smooth camera paths in Minecraft. It does this by using a series of commands and keys to control the camera’s position, rotation, and zoom while also adding a number of features to help you create even more amazing cinematic shots, such as the ability to follow a target, the ability to roll the camera, and the ability to zoom in and out.

Mod Features:

Smooth camera paths: CMDCam Mod can create smooth camera paths that follow a set of coordinates. This allows you to create cinematic shots that are free of jerky movements.

Roll rotation: CMDCam Mod also allows you to rotate the camera on its roll axis. This can be used to create dramatic shots with a sense of movement.

Zooming: CMDCam Mod allows you to zoom in and out of the camera.

“Outside” mode: CMDCam Mod also has an “outside” mode that allows you to be both the camera and the actor at the same time.

Following targets: CMDCam Mod can follow a specific entity or block. This can be used to create shots that track the movement of a mob or a player while following a specific path.

CMDCam commands
  • Press ‘P’ for adding a point.
  • Press ‘U’ to start the animation (default time is 10 seconds)
  • /cam add [number] register a point at the current position.
  • /cam stop stops the animation.
  • /cam start <time|ms|s|m|h|d> [loops (-1 -> endless)] starts the animation using the given time.
  • /cam clear delete all registered points.
  • /cam goto <index> teleports to the given point.
  • /cam set <index> updates point to current location.
  • /cam remove <index> removes the given point.
  • /cam target <none:self> set the camera target. If you leave it empty, right click an entity or a block to mark the target.
  • /cam mode <default:outside> set current mode
  • /cam interpolation <linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular> set the camera interpolation. hermite interpolation is default.
  • /cam follow-speed <number> sets the camera follow speed (targets), default is 1.0.
  • Press ‘V’ to zoom in, ‘N’ to zoom out and ‘B’ to reset the zoom.
  • Press ‘G’ to roll left, ‘J’ to roll right and ‘H’ to reset the roll.
  • /cam show <all:linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular> shows the path using the given interpolation.
  • /cam hide <all:linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular> hides the path using the given interpolation.
  • /cam load <name> tries to load the saved path with the given name (stored per world).
  • /cam save <name> saves the current path (including settings) with the given name (stored per world).
  • /cam-server start <player> <path> <default:outside> [time|ms|s|m|h|d] [loops (-1 -> endless)] starts the animation for the given player.
  • /cam-server stop <player> stops the animation for the given player.
  • /cam-server interpolation <path> <linear,cosine,cubic,hermite,circular> set the camera interpolation for the given path. hermite interpolation is default.
  • /cam-server add <path> <x> <y> <z> [yaw] [pitch] [roll] [zoom] adds a new point to the given path or creates the path
  • /cam-server list lists all saved paths.
  • /cam-server remove <name> removes the given path.
  • /cam-server clear clears all saved paths.

How to install:

Requires either Forge or NeoForged
Dependencies: CreativeCore
How to install Minecraft Mods.

Download CMDCam Mod (1.20.4):