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    Hello,

    I'm not in the archviz field but this time I thought it's probably as my question from you archviz guys.
    What is your pipeline for creating high res/quality videos from your UE4 scenes?

    I have tried the matinee capture to Avi but that's horrible. I have tried capturing with third party software as well but result is never smooth. Really huge file sizes are another problem of the workflows I mentioned.
    I have tried rendering an image sequence and merging in Apple's quick time but not happy with the quality there either and it also didn't work for 4k screens.

    I wonder how people like koola make really nice and smooth videos.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance
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    Use the matinee recorder and export in jpg sequence or png, it will be way better

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      #3
      Originally posted by leonnn1 View Post
      Use the matinee recorder and export in jpg sequence or png, it will be way better
      Like I said, quick time didn't do a good job for me. What's the best software to stitch them together?
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        #4
        Originally posted by Maximum-Dev View Post
        Like I said, quick time didn't do a good job for me. What's the best software to stitch them together?
        Try Virtual Dub, it's free. Make sure to set the same frame rate.

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          Hi,

          Hope that will help you. I tried many soft (OBS, Virtual Dub, Shadowplayer, Afterbuner, Xsplit etc) and always losts frames in the video... The problem is : my computer is not enough powerfull !!

          (think you start UE4, read your disk, write on it in the same time)

          I use now a ELGATO HD60, it works perfect (if you have a second computer, you can capture from it, it's better)

          1/ param your matinee on load game and repeat
          2/ generate your game.exe
          3/ close UE and start your exe (open your console if necessary for fix resolution, fullscreen, framerate, streaming poolsize......) try r.vsync 1 in your console for fix framerate
          4/ capture with ELGATO (it detect your framerate and resolution)

          if you don't want to buy a Elgato, try with OBS, it's free, you can find tutorial on youtube, it's work fine too)

          look here for rendering in 720p : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxI...tM2_rorUmge95A

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