Yay, it’s sticky now! thx
I am not sure i follow, should we not be moving the tutorials over to the Wiki to ensure all of our tutorials are in one place?
I have created a two part tutorial covering destructible meshes, and a simple flashlight tutorial you can find on the main threads
Please add link on my tutorials for Unreal Engine 4 on russian language.
Little “Blender to UE4” in Wiki
hi vBalbio, I just had another look at your tutorial and noticed this line.
you shouldn’t need to set the scale to 100 as 1 blender unit = 1 unreal unit already so there is no need to, just model at the size you want.
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note that 1 blender unity is 1m and 1 unreal unity is 1cm so you need to scale it to 100x factor. but lets keep it in the proper place to not spam here.
Actually been personally searching for tuts and adding them to my playlist for UNREAL ENGINE 4… Its messy as hell right now as I haven’t had time to catalog them all to their various subjects but I believe I a ton of them i’ve found online. Will be trying to make some order out of the chaos this week sometime. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdXNDl5rq0oxsVYUzSRNjRUnrT_dR_Q8G
Thanks for sharing, very usefull playlist.
Not a problem… I’ll be instilling some order into that mess this coming week. Closer to mid week. However I will keep it updated as I find more youtube tuts.
Nice one Doorstop, keeps all the community connected!
nice one Doorstop, better than this thread to be honest
well so many tuts are being made on youtube so I figured it would be easier to do it this way. This week like I said… I’ll make categories for them and start dumping them into their appropriate subjects to make it even easier for people to find what they want.
first and foremost, something in the title to delineate languages? or grouped etc? most of these are in russian or german etc… Are there english equivalents?
He has done that (in those cases where equivalents where avaiable he has added both into the same line -> e.g all videos from metalgamestudios)
But yeah, it would be good if language sections could be added.
Thanks to everyone who contributed, and to those who follow - know that your time and help is appreciated!
I will be separating them via language so the Russian ones will be located specifically in their places… Problem is I might need some help with title translations down the line we will see if thats the case. I think tomorrow I will be starting on the changes to the channel and perhaps wrap up on the weekend… Time is limited for me this week due to work.
Most of the tuts are actually english with perhaps about 20 something of the 150 or so in Russian and Fighters German tuts may have sneaked in there. I was going to make it a pure english channel and then I thought to myself. Even though the tut may be in Russian people may still be able to follow along visually and figure it out. So I stuff them in there.
You know I haven’t properly thanked all of the tutorial creators personally. I’d like to take that time right now. If you remove the fact that Epic has generated 64 odd tutorials for UE4 the community as a whole has generated over 100+ tutorials on youtube combined. That gentleman is a feat worth applauding. So thank you from me personally and I’m sure from everyone else here that frequents the forums in search of them. They are immensely important and helpful and all of us wish you to continue creating them as they are the most valuable asset this community can give to each other.
Its seriously is humbling to see so many user generated tutorials created in such a short span of time after release. It just blows my mind. I cannot thank you all enough for the hard work. I look forward to cataloging all of your great learning assets and thank you again.
Also I created a new channel to house the catalog and will post it when it is ready later on maybe tomorrow.