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    Getting sharpest and most Detailed look possible..

    Hello to all
    i am kind of new to ue4 world, not an entire noob, i know my way around.
    i'm working on a project and i want to have a presentation.
    most things are fine thank to forum's members but i have one big problem and that is it:
    the final detail is very low, i mean you can not see most of details.
    i set screen percentage to something like 200 or even 400 but still the final detail is not even 50% of some ue4 project on this forum or presented online.
    can anyone give me some "general tips" for getting better result and finer details?

    #2
    Did you try High Resolution Screenshots? Antialiasing won't work well in this mode, but you can take a higher res than you need and reduce the size later in Photoshop to fix that. https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest...s/Screenshots/
    Guilherme Rabello Co-founder, Sureale
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      #3
      I too was wondering why screen percentage doesn't work. Do we need to do something else first?
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        #4
        I use Nvidia dynamic resolution to set my 1080p monitor to 4k and then just print screen. There's a way to do that with AMD as well.

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          #5
          percentage works for me but in my researches i learned that my main problem for quality is "lighting" and "lightmass"

          i refer you to this thread:
          https://forums.unrealengine.com/show...nderstandable)

          if i saw that first i would not post this tread.

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