The new Composure engine plugin, a C++ and Blueprint framework designed to make complex real time compositing pipelines with ease, arrived with the release of Unreal Engine 4.17. On the livestream, our team will take a look at the new Composure Sample Project and break down some of its fantastic features. We’ll discuss how it was constructed, how you can get started with compositing in UE4, and the best practices for gathering your content for compositing. We’ll also dive into the new and upcoming documentation efforts for the compositing tools and answer your questions on compositing in UE4.
Could you please show how you created the wheels without any motion blur shown on “The Human Race”, because my vehicle wheels have insane amounts of motion blur when driving at higher speeds and I don’t know how to fix it.
At the end of the quick-start it’s mentioned “You could also use Composure for an augmented reality experience where the backplate texture is a video feed from the camera” are you referring to an actual camera feed like webcam or do you mean the camera actors? If you mean actual camera, is there an EPIC way inbound soon or do we still need to do third party plugins, etc.?
Hello all!! I have been looking for some way to really work with chroma key inside ue4, avergage results touching nodes in materials, but waiting for composure sample arrives some day, my question is , would composure plugin work with chroma key issues in a better way that touching material nodes and parameters ? how? is there any sample/tutorial?
PD trying to repace green screen on video material using media player currently using this: ( with poor results…)
agreed… but it might be better once they finish putting in all the pieces (including rendering audio etc (ahem))… what I would like to see is one built from scratch so that I get an understanding of how it works… just copying and pasting a blueprint with 1000 functions and variables teaches me nothing, and if I don’t know how it works I can’t work with it… so I don’t see it happening for awhile, but I can get my levels ready I guess…
can’t win them all
(but once would be nice right)
yeah… once would be nice…
Okay, but what is compositing? It would be very helpful if in this forum or on the video somebody at least said what compositing is and why you might want to try it, as opposed to just jumping in to how to do it. Very confusing.
I just came across the live stream while trying to reseach and figure out how we can use live action cams and set them up in Unreal with correct lens distortion. My question and problem is this - I downloaded the “composure compositing framework sample project”, but seem to be missing all the blue prints except the AO blueprint for the character.
Any idea why the most important blueprints wouldn’t download?
And help here would be great.
The workflow seems perfect for our needs for pre/post viz work but i have no idea how to create my own blueprints just yet.