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    Unreal Engine 4.15 Preview

    PREVIEW!

    A Preview of the upcoming 4.15 release is available now on the Launcher and Github. We have made this Preview available so that our developer-community can help us catch issues before the final release. As fixes are implemented, we will release updated previews throughout the development cycle. Please be aware that the preview releases are not fully quality tested, that they are still under heavy active development, and that they should be considered as unstable until the final release. Developers should not convert their projects for active development on preview releases. Please test on copies of your project instead.

    We encourage users to check out the preview to try new features and inform us of any issues which we may not have caught. Links to known and fixed issues for this release are provided below. If you discover any additional issues with this preview release, please report them using the guidelines in the link: How to Report a Bug.

    Known & Fixed Issues


    4.15 Preview Summary

    This list provides a brief summary of updates in this Preview which may benefit from additional testing. Full release notes will be made available with the final 4.15 release. We may not be able to provide additional information about updates at this time.

    • Rendering Updates:
      • Finalized Texture Streaming Optimizations that were started in 4.13 and 4.14.
        • Textures used by non visible & hidden components are streamed with one less mips, as a prefetch.
        • Reducing time taken for the visible textures to stream in.
        • Reducing the CPU time taken by the streamer.
        • Mesh UV densities are now computed per material instead of per mesh. New data also takes into account lods. This resolved most issue were texture would appear low resolution. Also, there is now a wider texture streaming support from component, including particle systems and instanced meshes. That resolved other low resolution issues and sometime high memory consumption.
        • The texture streamer can now automatically fit to different memory budgets, without manual tweaks. The streamer will select which textures need to be reduced using different heuristics to minimize visual impact.
        • New visualization tools for debugging.
      • New Nodes have been added to the Material graph
        • Commonly request mathematics nodes: Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Arcsine, Arccosine, Arctangent, Arctangent2, ArcsineFast, ArccosineFast, ArctangentFast, Arctangent2Fast, Round, Truncate, Saturate
          • The nodes marked with the “Fast” tag will execute approximations instead of the real instructions. These can give a worthwhile performance improvement to materials but have input restrictions and precision tradeoffs.
        • PreviousFrameSwitch has been added to allow specific overrides for world-position offsets in complex materials used during motion vector generation.
        • Pre-Skinned Local Normal works in a similar way to the Pre-Skinned Local Position node added in the 4.14 release but returns the local surface normal for skeletal and static meshes. This opens the door to more local-space, mesh aligned effects or advanced use-cases such as writing dynamic surface data to a mask read-back in another material.
      • Metal support has been extended to use many of the new API & shader language features added by Apple in macOS 10.12 Sierra & iOS 10.
        • Enabling the new Metal v1.2 standard allows all Metal platforms to use Unordered Access Views in pixel shaders
        • Full support for Unreal Engine's tessellation features has been implemented
        • Experimental support for HDR rendering on Macs with an appropriate display built in

    • Sequencer Updates:
      • Animation Blending by weight is supported.
        • You can add weight by expanding each track, and key the value in the desired timeline
        • There is no limit to how many animations it can blend at the same time but as for full body animations, the weights will be normalized, so that it doesn’t under/over scale the mesh. For additive animations, the weights will be kept.
      • Audio volume and pitch curves have been added.

    • Blueprint Updates:
      • Cooking Blueprints to C++ is no longer an "experimental" feature.
        • This is enabled in the editor through your project’s Packaging Settings: Blueprints => Blueprint Nativization Method.
        • It can also be invoked by passing -NativizeAssets as a parameter to the UAT BuildCookRun script.
        • Generated source is saved as a plugin in your project’s intermediate folder, under: …\Intermediate\<TargetPlatform>\NativizedAssets
        • More information is available in the documentation.
      • Map & Set containers are now available in blueprints. They are a collection of items which guarantee they contain only unique items, with no repeating entries.
        • The Variable Type control is now a drop down, allowing you to select ‘Single Variable’, ‘Array’, ‘Set’, or ‘Map’. When ‘Map’ is selected a second drop down for the ‘value’ type appears.
        • For maps the following operations are available to blueprint users: Add, Remove, Find, Contains, Keys, Values, Length, and Clear.
        • Set supports: Add, AddItems, Remove, RemoveItems, ToArray, Clear, Length, Contains, Intersection, Union, and Difference.
        • Set and map variables declared in C++ can now be exposed to Blueprints.
        • NOTE: Replication of map and set properties is not yet supported in C++ or Blueprints.

    • Framework Updates:
      • A Raw Input plugin has been checked in to provide support in Windows for steering wheels, flight sticks, and other non-XInput supported devices.
        • All of the Vehicle templates and Vehicle Game* have been configured to work with the Logitech G920. (*Vehicle Game not yet updated for 4.15 Previews)
        • Adding new devices is as easy as setting up a configuration for them in the project settings or editing DefaultInput.ini. (Vendor and Product ID can be discovered from the driver properties)
        • We need your help! - After you successfully configure your devices (figuring out what axes represent brake, gas, steering wheel and necessary modifiers to represent brake/gas as 0 to 1 and the wheel as -1 to 1), please share your .ini settings back with us so we can ensure these devices work without additional setup in the future.
      • A Force Feedback Component can now be added to Actors and exist in the world. It can have attenuation properties to determine the intensity of the playback of the force feedback pattern based on the distance between the player and the effect. The attenuation properties can either be specified directly on the component or you can create a Force Feedback Attenuation asset in the content browser and reuse it for multiple components. Force Feedback Components can also be spawned into the World from blueprints in a similar way that audio, decals, and emitters can.
      • PhysX Vehicle Support is now an optional plugin. This makes it easy for games that are not using vehicles to exclude this feature and save disk space and memory. This work also adds several useful physics extension points to Engine (e.g. OnPhysSceneInit/Term, OnPhysSceneStep) to make it easier for other developers to write their own similar systems.
      • The Blendspace Editor has been overhauled with an updated UI and internal rework.
      • Save Pose Snapshot has been added to capture a runtime skeletal mesh pose in blueprints. Once the pose has been saved, you can use it in the anim-blueprint like any other pose, or save it to a variable.
      • You can Link a Curve to a specific Bone in the skeleton. This supports LOD and Layer Blending, and can be accomplished in the Anim Curves window.
      • Physics objects now have Mass Properties debugging visualizers to see center of mass and inertia tensor. (Show -> Advanced -> Mass Properties)
      • Gameplay Tags have been improved and are now fully supported. They are implemented by the GameplayTag structure in the GameplayTags module and are registered in a central dictionary, which can be accessed from the new GameplayTags project settings view. If you enable the “Import Tags from Config” option, tags can be added from the editor through the Gameplay Tag List on this page, or from the UI used to select tags. Once you have added Tag properties to your data, you can query them from either Blueprint or C++ and use them to change functionality. The BlueprintGameplayTagLibrary has several useful functions. To actually set up tags, add GameplayTag or GameplayTagContainer variables to your data or functions, then you can set the tags from selection UI.

    • Mobile Rendering Updates:
      • ES 3.1 / Metal / Vulkan editor feature level preview no longer experimental. This mode will emulate the feature set available to iOS Metal, Android GLES3.1 and Android Vulkan devices.
      • Mobile devices can now use Custom Stencil in post-processing materials. This requires MobileHDR option enabled and non-Mosaic device. To enable this feature in your project go to Project Settings -> Rendering -> Postprocessing and set ‘Custom Depth-Stencil Pass’ to ‘Enabled with Stencil’.
      • You can now disable shader permutations for lighting setups that your mobile game does not require. The settings available under Project Settings -> Rendering will reduced shader memory usage and App package size.
      • Android applications can now be packaged to support a third-party Graphics Debugger. You can choose from either the Mali Graphics Debugger or Adreno Profiler depending on your device’s GPU. Graphics Debugger options can be found in Project Settings -> Android. You first need to download and install these debuggers from the GPU vendor’s website, and they each require some small amount of additional setup to configure your device for debugging. Be sure to to follow the directions that appear after selecting the debugger type. Also note that if you package your app to support a particular GPU debugger, it may not function correctly when run on a device with a different GPU.

    • Editor Updates:
      • Reroute nodes have been added to the Material Editor.
      • Font Asset Improvements have been made to address issues with memory consumption and stability of Font assets using runtime-cached fonts. Font assets have been split in two: Font and Font Face.
        Font Face is now the asset that stores the font data, and these assets are simply referenced by the Font assets. This means that the same font data can be re-used for multiple font assets, or even multiple typefaces within a Font asset. Existing Font assets will automatically upgrade their internal font data into embedded Font Face assets during load. You can use the Font Editor to split these embedded assets out into real Font Face assets that may be edited and shared.
      • (Experimental) Content Hot-Reloading is available for testing. To enable it you need to go to your "Editor Preferences", and enable "Content Hot-Reloading" under the "Experimental" section. Once enabled all of the in-editor source control operations that affect assets will use content hot-reloading. You also gain a "Reload" option under "Asset Actions". This can be used to forcibly reload a package from disk.

    • Build Updates:
      • The codebase has been converted to a "include what you use" model, where every header includes other headers it needs, rather than every source file including large monolithic headers like Engine.h and UnrealEd.h. Existing game code can continue to include those files as before, but we measure the engine compiling 25-50% faster!
        • Every header now includes everything it needs to compile.
        • Every .cpp file includes its matching .h file first.
        • No engine code includes a monolithic header such as Engine.h or UnrealEd.h any more.
        • No engine code explicitly includes a precompiled header any more.

    • Platform Updates:
      • New Location Services now provides access to GPS data for Android and iOS. A new OnLocationChanged delegate is available and Blueprint nodes are provided under Services->Mobile->Location.
      • Streaming audio for iOS has been implemented.
      • Remote notifications for IOS are now supported. This includes callbacks in the game for handling the notification as well as properly setting up all plist information needed by the application for the app store.
      • We have added support for ARM64 (AArch64) devices running Linux. Right now only boards with desktop GL are supported.
      • 'Launch On' to Remote Linux Machine from the Editor or UFE.

    • VR Updates:
      • The PlayStationⓇVR Aim Controller is now supported through the new AimController plugin. To activate, simply change the “Hand” value to “Gun” on your Motion Controller component.
      • (Experimental) Monoscopic Far Field Rendering for mobile VR is available for testing. With content that has many distant objects, this can benefit performance. To enable, select the checkbox under Project Settings -> Rendering -> VR. We don’t currently support both mobile multi-view and monoscopic far field simultaneously and mobile HDR needs to be disabled.

    • VR Editor Updates:
      • Updated Quick Menu and Radial Menu to quickly access editor functionality.
      • The new number pad menu appears when you click on an editable text field.



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    Last edited by Stephen Ellis; 01-25-2017 at 10:51 AM.
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    Nice!
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    Is it wrong I'm most excited about faster engine compile times?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Ellis View Post
    We have added support for ARM64 (AArch64) devices running Linux. Right now only boards with desktop GL are supported.
    So, no ARM64 for Android ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Ellis View Post
    (Experimental) Monoscopic Far Field Rendering for mobile VR is available for testing. With content that has many distant objects, this can benefit performance. To enable, select the checkbox under Project Settings -> Rendering -> VR. We don’t currently support both mobile multi-view and monoscopic far field simultaneously and mobile HDR needs to be disabled.
    Sweet! Will you eventually (4.16 perhaps?) support both multi-view and monoscopic rendering working at the same time to maximize performance with and without mobile HDR ?

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    I am surprised no fix for the Motion Controller replication bug still? Even though there's been a community plugin available for 6 months that fixes it and a few PRs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsep View Post
    So, no ARM64 for Android ?
    That's already in and has been for a while now (I'm not sure what version off the top of my head), but it's in the project settings.
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    Oh baby, too bad it wasn't a true stability release....
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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorBurgos View Post
    Oh baby, too bad it wasn't a true stability release....
    Feature wise it seems rather small... experimental now real...updates to API's. Does sound like stability release to me...? Let's hope though..!

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    Epic team, could you patch BSP in 4.15 to mesh conversion so that "Light Map Coordinate index 0 to 1" is default and "Light Map Resolution" changes to default value of static mesh. This is useful for those who use BSP to create simple meshes so they wont stumble onto black mesh. This is good simple suggestion until Geometry 2.0 replaces BSP.

    Best regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AE_3DFX View Post
    Epic team, could you patch BSP in 4.15 to mesh conversion so that "Light Map Coordinate index 0 to 1" is default and "Light Map Resolution" changes to default value of static mesh. This is useful for those who use BSP to create simple meshes so they wont stumble onto black mesh. This is good simple suggestion until Geometry 2.0 replaces BSP.

    Best regards.
    Could probably go into a bug report on AnswerHub w/ post in the Feedback section for a good measure This way it will get more traction.

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    Are the unresolved issues in 4.15 things that will absolutely get fixed in the final 4.15 update? Mostly curious about this one specifically - https://issues.unrealengine.com/issue/UE-39884
    Edit: Nvm, somehow missed the targeted for 4.15 release bugs Thank you for fixing this issue
    Last edited by evilmrfrank; 01-17-2017 at 01:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilmrfrank View Post
    Are the unresolved issues in 4.15 things that will absolutely get fixed in the final 4.15 update? Mostly curious about this one specifically - https://issues.unrealengine.com/issue/UE-39884
    Edit: Nvm, somehow missed the targeted for 4.15 release bugs Thank you for fixing this issue
    Came here to beg that UE-39884 gets fixed in 4.15, I'm glad someone else cares about it too

    I noticed it's not yet resolved in Preview, I really hope it makes it to the first release.

    We have ~4000 statically lit trees in our game, gonna need them LODs


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    Looks like awesome update. Epic, thanks again!

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    • Reroute nodes have been added to the Material Editor!!!

    i know there is a lot of technical wizardry going on in these updates but things like this make smile! THANK YOU!

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    Have they updated their Oculus SDK support to version 1.10.1 yet? I'm going nuts waiting for proper Oculus Avatar support in a launcher version of the engine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Ellis View Post
    Reroute nodes have been added to the Material Editor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Alcatraz View Post


    Haha oh wow, did you make that? Really cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Paschall View Post
    Haha oh wow, did you make that? Really cool
    Yeah I made that, thanks! I just thought, why just say what I wanna say (that its awesome) if I could also say it without words, just using that exact feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Alcatraz View Post
    Yeah I made that, thanks! I just thought, why just say what I wanna say (that its awesome) if I could also say it without words, just using that exact feature.
    LOL John

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    Woohoo!! New and shiny things to play with and distract from things i need to be doing ^_^
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    Oh, that's some awesome news, can't wait to give it a try !!

    Last edited by Maxime.Dupart; 01-18-2017 at 03:24 AM.

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    Great stuff! Epic never fail to deliver fantastic updates.

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    What does the vehicle code moving into plugin mean for a existing mixed (cpp+blueprints) project centered on vehicles? How much work should I brace myself for when 4.15 gets stable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zireael07 View Post
    What does the vehicle code moving into plugin mean for a existing mixed (cpp+blueprints) project centered on vehicles? How much work should I brace myself for when 4.15 gets stable?
    Hopefully it should be a pretty easy transition. The plugin is enabled by default, but if you are using vehicle classes in C++ you will need to add a dependency to the PhysXVehicle module to your Build.cs file, so the build system knows about it. The only thing that might need manual work is converting from TireType to TireConfig assets. Here are my draft notes on the topic:

    Note: a manual step is required if you want to migrate old ‘TireType’ assets (deprecated in Engine) to the new ‘TireConfig’ assets (defined in the new PhysXVehicles plugin). There is a new console command available in the UE4 Editor that will do this for you - simply summon the console and enter ‘ConvertTireTypes’. This will create new TireConfig assets, copy over properties, and assign them to any VehicleWheel Blueprints. The old TireType assets can then be removed.

    In the old system the PhysicalMaterial had a list of TireTypes and their friction scale. Now the TireConfig has a list of PhysicalMaterials with friction scale for each. This is because Engine (which contains the PhysicalMaterial class) cannot depend on classes in the PhysXVehicles plugin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesG View Post
    Hopefully it should be a pretty easy transition. The plugin is enabled by default, but if you are using vehicle classes in C++ you will need to add a dependency to the PhysXVehicle module to your Build.cs file, so the build system knows about it. The only thing that might need manual work is converting from TireType to TireConfig assets. Here are my draft notes on the topic:

    Note: a manual step is required if you want to migrate old ‘TireType’ assets (deprecated in Engine) to the new ‘TireConfig’ assets (defined in the new PhysXVehicles plugin). There is a new console command available in the UE4 Editor that will do this for you - simply summon the console and enter ‘ConvertTireTypes’. This will create new TireConfig assets, copy over properties, and assign them to any VehicleWheel Blueprints. The old TireType assets can then be removed.

    In the old system the PhysicalMaterial had a list of TireTypes and their friction scale. Now the TireConfig has a list of PhysicalMaterials with friction scale for each. This is because Engine (which contains the PhysicalMaterial class) cannot depend on classes in the PhysXVehicles plugin.
    Where can I find PxVehicleDriveNW.h class to provide support for N-wheeled vehicles? There is no such class in plugin.

    Upd: looks like now I have to use PhysXPublic.h for this.
    Last edited by Kelheor; 02-09-2017 at 09:47 PM.

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    Is it me or is it not possible to have a Map with a Array-Value?
    I can't choose the Value Type as an Array

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raildex_ View Post
    Is it me or is it not possible to have a Map with a Array-Value?
    I can't choose the Value Type as an Array
    Try to put the array in a struct and then use a Map of those structs.

    In C++ you can have TMaps of TArrays, but in BP you also can't have TArrays of TArrays, so I would not expect TMaps of TArrays to be possible without using that extra struct.
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    Will try this asap, very excited as usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Ellis View Post
    VR Updates:
    • (Experimental) Monoscopic Far Field Rendering for mobile VR is available for testing. With content that has many distant objects, this can benefit performance. To enable, select the checkbox under Project Settings -> Rendering -> VR. We don’t currently support both mobile multi-view and monoscopic far field simultaneously and mobile HDR needs to be disabled.
    This sounds great, but why limit it to mobile VR? PC VR could benefit from this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnometech View Post
    This sounds great, but why limit it to mobile VR? PC VR could benefit from this too.

    - Dave
    We're working on implementing this for the PC when using the forward renderer. We had the mobile version working first, so we went ahead and pushed it out for this release.

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    Have you guys yet fixed the issue with UMG buttons, which causes them to not "unhover" after performing a drag & drop operation? Quick example:

    Inventory with 2 buttons (A and B) -> drag an item from A to B and drop it there. Button A remains on "hovered" state.

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    BtC is ready yay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Ellis View Post
    [*]Build Updates:
    [LIST][*]The codebase has been converted to a "include what you use" model, where every header includes other headers it needs, rather than every source file including large monolithic headers like Engine.h and UnrealEd.h. Existing game code can continue to include those files as before, but we measure the engine compiling 25-50% faster!
    Very nice! Always improving. UE4 rocks! =D

    About the Build compiling 25-50% faster, I'm no programmer, but recently I've been concerning about the compile times. Does that mean in general the engine is able to compile 25-50% faster, or just in specific situations? Because if it is the engine overall, this is HUUUUGE, isn't it? =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Florencio View Post
    About the Build compiling 25-50% faster, I'm no programmer, but recently I've been concerning about the compile times. Does that mean in general the engine is able to compile 25-50% faster, or just in specific situations? Because if it is the engine overall, this is HUUUUGE, isn't it? =D
    It is C++ compilations. It is not a performance increase..

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    Again...nice work!

    Thanks Epic

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    Love the blueprint and compilation changes!
    any idea when map & sets will support replication?

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    Well, time to try this release to see if the PSVR is fully supported yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mairsil View Post
    Well, time to try this release to see if the PSVR is fully supported yet...
    Could you elaborate? We're about to start porting to PSVR.

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    Man, you guys are FAST!

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    looking forward to these texture streaming updates, shall be appreciated!

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