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    Substance materials in unreal engine 4 ?

    Just Asking , is there any support for substance materials in Ue 4 ?

    Edit: Substance materials is now work in UE4

    Last edited by lloadead; 04-15-2014, 01:09 PM.

    #2
    None that I have found so far. I hope it will come around soon.

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      #3
      You can obviously import it as a normal texture right now, but the plugin is up to Allegorithmic to develop, and as far as I'm aware they've been working on it for a few months now, hopefully it will be ready soon.

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        #4
        I came here to ask the exact same question - I use Substance Designer a lot, and used substances in UDK. Hope to see this happening soon.

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          #5
          Gotta imagine they're doing everything in their power to integrate as soon as they possibly can. Allegorithmic has made a ton of progress in the past six months, I'm sure they'll want to keep the momentum alive.

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            #6
            The people at Allegorithmic are great people and every time I speak with them they are very informative. I am sure you can ask them directly if this is a needed feature immediately. Prior to it being included in UE3 they helped me with a fast and simple integration.
            Mike "Z"
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              #7
              i just hope that plugin support will be free for the owner of substance designerand will not represent extra charges for the users, that just making free projects.
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                #8
                Originally posted by mikezteh69 View Post
                The people at Allegorithmic are great people and every time I speak with them they are very informative. I am sure you can ask them directly if this is a needed feature immediately. Prior to it being included in UE3 they helped me with a fast and simple integration.

                Have to agree, they're professional and incredibly friendly. They're active on the Steam forums and are always helpful - despite the typical toxicity that comes from that community.

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                  #9
                  Allegorithmic are great to deal with. I was an early adopter, and they lost my account details when Designer 4 came out, meaning I couldn't upgrade. They gave me a new full license within 24 hours for a token price. They're very eager to please the community, well worth pitching your voice for UE4 support over on their forums (though I'm sure they're already beavering away at it).

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                    #10
                    I went ahead and emailed them. Waiting for answer, so be patient guys, we might know something after GDC.
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                      #11
                      I'm sure it will be coming soon Give it a week or two and I am sure something official will be known.

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                        #12
                        http://forum.allegorithmic.com/index...2.html#msg4492

                        Nicolas Liatti Admin : "Yes, we've been working on the integration for several months now. More news very soon "

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                          #13
                          A bit off topic, but could someone give me a quick summary of the advantages of working with Substance Designer compared to just using the materials editor in UE4?

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                            #14
                            Like I've mentioned in the other substance threads on these forums, Substance doesn't produce materials, it produces textures. It's a part of your texturing workflow, not a replacement for other tools you might use.

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                              #15
                              I bet their solution will cost money... I can’t see me paying for anything UE4 related at the moment.
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