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    UE4 ArchViz walktrough in browser

    Hi, Unrealers

    I'm new in Unreal Engine world, so I have question.
    As I understand clients ask for exe files and animation in avi format. Do they need for realtime walktrough in web browser? If they do, what are best solution for this issue?

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    You can provide the final result as a program (.exe) where they could install it on their computer and walk through it. You could record a walkthrough using Sequencer:https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...ncer/Overview/
    And that would allow you to render an animation so you could provide them with a video file.
    If you want a fully interactive walkthrough in a browser, you would have to build your project for HTML5 output: https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...atforms/HTML5/
    However, it would still essentially be running on their computer and would have some feature limitations.

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      #3
      Hi Carlo,

      I work for Cloudalize, who have developed a solution called MyGDaaS, which is suitable for showcasing projects built in Unreal Engine without the need for a powerful computer.
      The project is hosted on our systems, that have a powerful GPU, and can be shown to the end-user from a web-browser, using any simple device.The device does not need a powerful GPU, because only the pixels (images) are streamed to the web browser, much like watching a video on YouTube or Netflix. Our platform is capable of streaming at 60 frames per second, making it ideal for instance for projects like real-estate showcasing with real-time walkthrough.
      If you would like more info, or a demo, please contact us via www.gdaas.com.

      Best regards,

      Koenraad

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