Sometimes you need to quickly set the camera so it sees the whole scene (or just a part of it) leaving just a thin border of empty space around. That’s what the “Fit to View” tool is for. You can run it by clicking a toolbar button, or using the Tools menu.
Let’s make a simple scene like this one:
Now run the “Fit to View” tool and see its window pops up:
As you may see, the tool has some options:
Now if you see, by default Owlet fits to the whole scene and keeps aspect: the result can be seen in background. The whole scene is visible, there is some space around and the camera aspect is the same. Let’s check Just selected objects and see what happens:
The only selected object in the scene is the blue sphere, so after checking the “selected objects only” option, we see that Owlet adjusted the camera to better see the sphere. There is still some padding around and the camera aspect is still the same, but the plane is not completely visible anymore.
Let’s see what happens if we uncheck the Keep aspect option, as well:
This time Owlet changed the camera aspect to leave even less space around the sphere.
You now need to confirm the changes you made by clicking the OK button, or revert them by clicking Cancel.