Is there an easy way to rotate normal maps in material editor ?
are you talking about 90° increments or gradual rotation? 90° could possibly be done somewhat fast, even though i’d recommend doing it in an image editor if at all possible. inbetween steps probably not as that is a fairly complicated calculation…
I guess it will be complicated calculation.
I probably wont use expensive stuff but if anyone knows the answer, extra information is just no harm, right ?
I’ve came up with this material setup:
Make sure that the ‘RotationAngle’ matches the ‘Speed’ value of the rotator node but with the opposite sign.
Yeah that wont work, because the way normal maps are made up of RGB (horizontal / vertical / depth) as soon as you start to rotate it, it changes the normal angle information.
Thanks mate, it seems to work flawlessly.
That value should be pi * 2, right ?
Notice how perspective stays same when rotation occurs and it seems cheap, I love UE4.
nice one malkavian
6 years later, time to make a relevant post
(just because it’s the first Thread I came across on my search)
You can do it easier and more stable this way:
Just use the same Rotator node and in the details panel, make sure that the second rotate node has it’s rotation center at [ 0.0 , 0.0 ] and plugin your rotation value multiplied by -1.0. Also the rotation speed of both Rotator nodes should be the same.
You can use just TransformVector instead of second rotator.