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    Originally posted by Rumbleball View Post

    SetMeshCollisionSection or something like that.
    Thanks, i will check it out

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    Originally posted by HOUmmel View Post
    Hello,
    is it possible to add Collision to a MeshSection which use a different VertexBuffer?
    I have 2 VertexBuffers the first is for visuals and the 2nd for Collision only, so it does not need to be drawn or need Normals and Stuff.
    At the Moment i create a 2nd MeshSection with that 2nd Buffer and set it to invisible. But maybe that is slower...
    SetMeshCollisionSection or something like that.

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    Hello,
    is it possible to add Collision to a MeshSection which use a different VertexBuffer?
    I have 2 VertexBuffers the first is for visuals and the 2nd for Collision only, so it does not need to be drawn or need Normals and Stuff.
    At the Moment i create a 2nd MeshSection with that 2nd Buffer and set it to invisible. But maybe that is slower...

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    Originally posted by THEAETIK View Post
    Since UE4.20 they've added the ability to apply a render target to the landscape as displacement.. without the runtime functionality. How feasible would it be with the RMC?
    Take a texture (RenderTarget is a texture), create a plane with subdivisions, read the pixel and displace the vertex Z position depending on the color value, update the vertices to the RMC. Its a bit of coding but not that problematic if you only want a texture that maps to a fixed size plane. Needs C++ tough.

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  • replied
    Since UE4.20 they've added the ability to apply a render target to the landscape as displacement.. without the runtime functionality. How feasible would it be with the RMC?

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    Originally posted by HOUmmel View Post
    So i tried to get it work in 4.19. but it does not work at all. Can you give a simple setup?
    Edit: Seems like you can't see the Tessellation in Wireframe Mode
    nope, you can't ^^ not sure why though. Maybe the wireframe shader takes another render path or is not run on the GPU.

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    So i tried to get it work in 4.19. but it does not work at all. Can you give a simple setup?
    Edit: Seems like you can't see the Tessellation in Wireframe Mode
    Last edited by HOUmmel; 07-25-2019, 05:06 AM.

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    Originally posted by HOUmmel View Post

    It works with static meshes. The Engine crashes with PN Tessellation. Flat Tessellation has no Effect. Maybe because i use 4.22?
    Maybe, but can't help ya there.

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    Originally posted by Rumbleball View Post

    works out of the box for UE 4.19.
    Is you material working on static meshes? (Tessellation is enabled via the applied material)
    It works with static meshes. The Engine crashes with PN Tessellation. Flat Tessellation has no Effect. Maybe because i use 4.22?

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    Originally posted by HOUmmel View Post
    Can somebody explain how to use Tessellation with RMC?
    works out of the box for UE 4.19.
    Is you material working on static meshes? (Tessellation is enabled via the applied material)

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    Can somebody explain how to use Tessellation with RMC?

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    Originally posted by duke22 View Post
    Does this still have a marked improvement over Epic's ProceduralMeshComponent for basic, not updating a mesh every frame operations?
    I assume as long as Epic didn't do any improvements. It was mentioned that Epic was working on an more performant solution, though I have no clue what happend to that.

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    Does this still have a marked improvement over Epic's ProceduralMeshComponent for basic, not updating a mesh every frame operations?

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  • replied
    Originally posted by wilberolive View Post
    [MENTION=141752]Koderz[/MENTION] - So I eventually got everything compiling and running. Those warnings from my previous post are still there though. Looks like the build files haven't been updated as needed.

    I was so excited to upgrade as I thought I might finally get rid of that annoying bug I have... but to my great devastation, I'm still hitting that same exception breakpoint every time I try to use RMC for the first time. See my other previous post from a while ago about it. It breaks out to VS at some exception breakpoint in the engine code. I then have to click Continue to keep going. Then I can continue using RMC with no problems until I stop the current game and then click play again. Then it happens all over again. So frustrating when you have to click play, let it break to VS, click continue in VS, then go about testing your game... like 100 times a day.

    I've tried different engine versions as well as creating new fresh projects. It was all working amazingly for me back in 4.14. Don't understand why I'm seemingly the only person hitting this problem, unless nobody else uses RMC in C++... surely not. If you use it just in BP then there is no issue.

    I remember you saying that you fixed this issue... was that for v3 though?
    I have the same isuue while I resolve it .The erro is I have not createDefaultSubobject ,To make the component in the constructor function . Hope it may help sombody! chinese guy jack!

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    When can we expect v4.21 support?
    Also any new on the extended plugin version?

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