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    Strange model shadows?

    So I made some custom wall models and I ported them into UE4 and when I built the Lighting they come out looking like this and I can't find a fix anywhere whatsoever if anyone knows if this could you please tell me as I don't know much about this since I'm just a beginner and I have no clue what problems causing this. Thank you!

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    I guess your Quality is still on the default 1... if you need better quality you'll have to go higher... it will raise your building time!!

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    Originally posted by Makigirl View Post
    ...under World Settings / Lightmass
    http://www.majart.ie/_include/img/tu...hdri/world.jpg
    Ok so I tried this method and I built lighting and some shadows look like all nasty. (It looks like dirt on the walls.) im not sure what I can do to fix that. do you have an idea on how to fix it?

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    ...under World Settings / Lightmass
    http://www.majart.ie/_include/img/tu...hdri/world.jpg

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    Originally posted by Makigirl View Post
    ...or you can use the solution for modular pieces: 0.15 indirect level scale and 0.6 smoothness!!
    This will correct the adjustments Unreal is making...
    Where can I find these settings at?

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    ...or you can use the solution for modular pieces: 0.15 indirect level scale and 0.6 smoothness!!
    This will correct the adjustments Unreal is making...

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    thats behause Unreal processes every mesh separately when Building light.
    You either want to merge the walls so it is only one mesh, use meshes to cover these seams or use GPULightmass (which is experimental)

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    What do the walls' UV maps look like?

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    I just wanted to check back in and see if anybody still has a solution to this problem. if you do please tell me! thank you.

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