Do any of the following in the 3D Transform dialog box:
• To move the object, click the pan camera tool ■* in the dialog box, and drag the object.
• To rotate the object in any direction, click the trackball tool *, and drag the object.
• For Dolly Camera, enter a value between 0 and 99. Alternatively, drag the slider to the left to magnify the transformed object, right to shrink it. This has the same effect as if you were dollying, or moving, the camera further from or closer to the image.
• For Field of View, enter a value between 1 and 130, or drag the slider to the left to increase the apparent field of view, right to decrease it.
The 3D Transform dialog box previews only the active layer. As you manipulate an object in three dimensions, you can align it with the contents of underlying layers.
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