Update: September 5, 2015
I’ve submitted the 4.9 update to Epic today, so it should hopefully be released in a few days. It has also been uploaded to Sellfy. In this update, the gallery will automatically load png and jpeg images from the photos’ save directory.
Update: August 16, 2015
I’ve now uploaded In-Game Photography to Sellfy as well. If you decide to buy it on there, you can save 10% by tweeting about the Photography system to your friends!
Update: August 6, 2015
Hi, everyone! I just got word that the update to add saving functionality has been released now. For people using Windows, everything should work immediately. For people using a different platform (e.g., Mac), you’ll need to compile the plugin for your own system. Source code is provided.
Hello, everyone! I’m excited to announce the release of my first marketplace asset!
In-Game Photography is a customizable, plug-and-play system that adds rich photography capabilities to your video game. It allows the player to take photographs of anything he or she wants in the game and then view the photos in a gallery.
**Features Included: **
- First-Person and Smartphone Camera View
- Ability to use flash for dark scenes
- Optional “Night-Vision” mode for dark scenes
- Ability to zoom in and out
- Photo Gallery to view photos
- Ability to click on thumbnails in the Photo Gallery to view enlarged versions of the photos
- Camera sound effects
- Saves photos to your choice of png or jpeg
If you have any questions about how to use this system, please don’t hesitate to post your question in this thread. I will reply as soon as I can.
Although all efforts have been made to ensure the system works properly, if you discover a bug, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to report it.