I’ve never touched this setting, but 0 is always “off” and 1 is always “on” for these types of settings.
Just a thought: Check your device profiles. You can do this in the editor through one of the windows, or you can do it through the BaseDeviceProfiles.ini found in your engine config folder. There you can set certain settings that change depending on what device you deploy to. So your iPhone, Android, and PC can have scaled rendering settings without you changing it one by one at build time. The default AA settings for iOS might have been changed by Epic.
Hi StephaBon & pedro_clericuzzi, thank you for your time.
I tried to change “r.DefaultFeature.AntiAliasing=0 to 1” but AA still does not work on the device:( / in DefaultDeviceProfiles.ini,DefaultEngine.ini in project folder, and various combinations-in editor… /
I tried clear New project, without starter kit, same result on deivice, no AA. But in iOS Preview is ok.
Testet on : UE4 4.7.5, PC, target iOS, iPhone- 4,4s,5s, iPad- 2,3,air same result at all devices.
PS: For Epic and Dev - Upload Error from Application Loader “No 64 support…No architecture find…” is SOLVED with 4.7.5 , only report “API is too large…” upload ready for review:)
Hi rckt26, thank you, but I still can not activate AA /tested iP5s, iPad Air/
Nowhere I have not found guide for iOS-UE4-AA
Slowly I give up, within 3 years I did not grab the cycle where it would work. / when publish date /
Now I completely reinstalled UE4, then installed a new UE4 4.8.2.
I created a new project.
I created a new C:\Users\PC\Documents\Unreal Projects\MyProject\Config\DefaultDeviceProfiles.ini
I launch on device /5S,AIR/
And AA works :))))
Thanks to everyone, I do not know where I made a mistake before.
Funny, I did a test and I got the opposite behaviour: no AA with r.MobileMSAA=2, AA with r.MobileMSAA=1. This with UE 4.8.2.
I think you are mistaking full device resolution (r.MobileContentScaleFactor=2) for AA (the effect is similar if not better in the first case, at least in my tests). Anyway, if it looks good and frame rate is ok, why bother?
Hmm??? I made a new test, still same result, iPad Air,5S, r.MobileMSAA=2 is AA on, r.MobileMSAA=1 is AA off.
(r.MobileContentScaleFactor=2) It was not mistake, I know about it. If you do not use the full resolution, you will have problems with Widget readability! Yes, it certainly will have an impact on frame rate /Terrain, complex scene …/.
it seems that every device has separate settings.
You testing AA on iP 6 ?