We’re trying to bake lights on our scene but we have some issues.
Can anyone help us ?
@Dubois_simon Probably the simplest way to do this is to bin most of your scene and try and rebuild ( you can always do CTRL-Z ). Basically, bin it all, and try, it will probably work. Then bin half and try etc…
This way you can find the dodgy artifact within about 10 mins…
Bin? whats that? im having the same issue
@FAHR Bin = delete.
Two most effective methods I’ve found for getting rid of light build crashes are:
Do a ‘Save as…’ and make a copy of the level. Build the light on the new level.
Delete almost everything from the level and build the light. If that works, what the minimum you can remove and still build the light. Then you’re homing in on the problem…
Thanks, i think i would try to delete it all. Im importing new assets so, that wouldnt be a problem. Thanks for the help
Nothing like a nice forum answer 2 years after the fact, but I was having the same issue. No answers anywhere, and no way to contact any kind of real Unreal support, so I had no choice but to keep clicking through the endless menus and drop downs in unreal until I came across something kind of obvious.
Under World settings, Lightmass, I saw that there was one of those yellow arrows indicating that something had been changed from the default and could be changed back (brilliant feature!) I clicked on that arrow next to ‘lightmass settings’ resetting that to default, then did a lighting build. No problem. NO more Divide by Zero error. No failure. I hope this helps you or anyone else who comes across this.
THAANNNKSSSS!!!,that worked perfectly!!!
HA! YES!!! I am so pleased to be able to help!