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Camera Shake C++ not working

Hello,

I've tried to move my code from blueprint into C++ for camera shake, but apparently it's not working

Here's the code

 UCameraShake* CameraShake = ConstructObject<UCameraShake>(UCameraShake::StaticClass());
 CameraShake->OscillationDuration = -1.0f; //negative value will run forever
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Pitch.Amplitude = 1.0f;
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Pitch.Frequency = 0.5f;
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Pitch.InitialOffset = EInitialOscillatorOffset::EOO_OffsetRandom;
 
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Yaw.Amplitude = 1.0f;
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Yaw.Frequency = 0.5f;
 CameraShake->RotOscillation.Yaw.InitialOffset = EInitialOscillatorOffset::EOO_OffsetRandom;
     
 Controller = GetWorld()->GetFirstLocalPlayerFromController()->PlayerController;
 Controller->ClientPlayCameraShake(CameraShake->GetClass(), 1.0f);

Here's the blueprint call and the testCameraShake class that is used on blueprint alt text

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I've seen answers on https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/2754/camera-bobshake.html but the solution don't reflect to my issues, checked on the values with debugger and see it populated correctly (I think)

Anything I missed? Thanks!

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asked Nov 10 '14 at 08:47 AM in C++ Programming

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Turns out to make it work I only need to make changes on the CameraShake initialization it into this

 CameraShake = UCameraShake::StaticClass()->GetDefaultObject<UCameraShake>();


I realize it from checking inside UCameraModifier_CameraShake::InitializeShake and seeing the value of SourceShake is not using the value I set up with

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answered Nov 11 '14 at 02:57 AM

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avatar image KillerPenguin Jul 10 '15 at 03:27 AM

Just a notice. This code in broken in 4.8 and still need to be fixed...

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avatar image soulsource_ag Jan 31 '17 at 10:54 AM

Maybe I'm getting this wrong, but what you get with UCameraShake::StaticClass()->GetDefaultObject() is the class default object (CDO) from which all instances of UCameraShake are copied. Are you sure this is the way to go?

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