I have downloaded UE 4.7.1 and i start a new project but i have a message showing telling me “Out of video memory trying to allocate a rendering resource” i have the INTEL I5 and 6GB of RAM what is the problem pls help me?
What is your GPU?
intel(R) HD GRAPHICS FAMILY
Well the engine tells you exactly whats wrong: Its out of video memory. VIDEO memory. Not physical memory. The processor and RAM can´t help if the graphics card is too weak, no matter how good they are. Im not sure if the Intel HD Graphics Family is capable of rendering things in UE, so you probably have to get a new graphics card.
Oh and before I forget it: 6GB of RAM is not enough. You will need at least 8 to make the engine work properly.
Is not that. I realized that this problem start when I click on “theater mode”. If the video is normal, I can watch in 2x even in 1080p and full screen.
If I click “theater mode” I am scrubbed. I cannot get back, I have to delete cookies, temps, blablabla …
Is not that. I realized that this problem start when I click on “theater mode”. If the video is normal, I can watch in 2x even in 1080p and full screen. If I click “theater mode” I am scrubbed. I cannot get back, I have to delete cookies, temps, blablabla …
Can you post a copy of your dxdiag here so I can take a look? To get this, go to your Windows start menu and type dxdiag, then select the dxdiag.exe that appears in the menu. Save this to a .txt file and upload that .txt here. I’ll be able to tell more once I see this, however I can tell you that the editor has trouble with integrated graphics cards and, as Sh0rti said, we highly recommend 8 gbs of RAM to run most of our demos or get reasonable results out of the editor, 6 gbs may run some but will run into trouble very quickly with most rendering tasks in editor.
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With an Intel integrated graphics card, your GPU uses your system memory as its total memory pool.
This means that all of your games models, textures, etc… are all stored in that 6gb of memory.
Textures on the GPU are uncompressed, and can take up a lot of space. Couple that with all of the programs running on your computer, Unreal Engine 4, and all of your Game contents (sometimes in both CPU and GPU memory) and you can run out of space quickly.
an i5 is a nice CPU, so I would encourage you to get a dedicated GPU to go along with it and your experience should be greatly improved.