I’m wanting to come out UE4 in 3D using simple side-by-side, my understanding being that the command line “-emulatestereo” is for. It’s not happening on my end, tried various ways. I’ve tried on three different platforms, Mac 10.9.5, Windows 8.1 over Bootcamp, and on a PC running Windows 7, and still striking out, though for different reasons. The first two, Mac & Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Play brings up a Standalone player, I click ` for Console, type “-emulatestereo”, and don’t seen screen splitting in two for both cameras. Other commands like “Stat FPS” work fine. Note, under File, Packaging, Platforms, I see Windows 64-bit greyed out, so that might be suggesting limited functionality. Thanks for advising to that point. One the PC running Windows 7, when I download the Epic Games Launcher, an error window pops up, “The application was unable to launch correctly (0Xc000007b). Click okay…” Any idea why I would be able to load UE4 on this “3rd” machine? Is there a limit per license in play? Is it Windows 7? Just to be sure, I uninstalled the Launcher, deleted the installer, downloaded again, same deal.
Thanks, anxious to get 3d moving for demo, appreciate the timely response(s).