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Using a reference image on a heightmap

Hello,

I am currently creating a map for Unreal Engine 4 which is based off a real life location. I am using an image of a map as the reference for the construction of the map and I wish to put this image onto a heightmap and then model the city on top of the heightmap using the image as a reference for drawing roads, placing building, etc. I already have a heightmap of the real world location and a map of the exact same area as the heightmap (for those interested I used ordnance survey data for achieving this http://r3dstar.co.uk/?p=231). When I apply to the material of the map texture to the heightmap it (unsurprisingly) tiles like this: http://gyazo.com/e01c4f685808ce9c0299f779a6ec5ebb http://gyazo.com/6b2b90a95ded8e0dbd20b25334ca9bed . What I want is for the texture to cover the entire height map with no tiling at all. Is that possible and if not is there a solution to the problem?

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asked Dec 09 '14 at 06:14 PM in Using UE4

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Use a landscape coordinate node for the texture's UV input, and set the tiling the same as the resolution of the landscape.

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answered Dec 09 '14 at 06:40 PM

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avatar image eggfriedbryce Dec 09 '14 at 10:01 PM

Ok, thanks. I will have to research that because what you just said din't mean much to me. Thanks for the pointer :D

avatar image eggfriedbryce Jan 03 '15 at 06:11 PM

I did this but it didn't work can anyone explain why. Screenshot: http://i.gyazo.com/0933eb6dfe9e36d30760b6096b1ea1d6.png

avatar image Jacky Jan 14 '15 at 06:48 PM

Try with custom UV type set to "None."

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