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Resize a mesh within project

Every single mesh I import, it ALWAYS says it's so small. In Unity it's usually a decent size. But in Unreal Engine 4, I can only see it if I zoom in to the scene VERY closely, and I usually have to select the specific object and set the scale to 64.00+ on all axis. Why can't I just do it to the mesh itself in Unreal Engine 4, for example clicking on it and setting the scale of the mesh itself to 64.00 so all objects using the mesh start at that scale.

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asked Mar 13 '15 at 07:41 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image Slavq Dec 08 '18 at 11:57 AM

Could you please accept one of the answers, if it helped? Thank you!

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You can do it - open your mesh, and under "Build Settings" there is "Build Scale" option. There you can resize the mesh in all 3 axes. Remember to click "Apply Changes" after setting a new scale.

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answered Mar 13 '15 at 07:59 PM

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avatar image TorQueMoD Sep 12 '17 at 06:24 PM

This is actually what I needed to adjust the scale of meshes that I purchased on the marketplace so thank you but if you have the source FBX files, then the Import Uniform Scale is the easiest option. Also, you should set the scale in your modeling program to match the scale of UE4 which is to use centimeters.

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hi ronanzer0,

when you import your mehses as an fbx you can scale them up, by editing the unform scale. As far as I know this is only possible when importing, so you may have to reimport you meshes manually. I dont know if this setting is available when importing an other format.

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answered Mar 13 '15 at 08:03 PM

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This is the best way I could find: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoFK7fKIaaU

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answered Feb 19 '19 at 09:14 PM

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avatar image TorQueMoD Feb 20 '19 at 01:40 AM

This is exactly the solution that Slavq gave already.

avatar image ThatsShocking Feb 20 '19 at 01:49 AM

Apologies, I came across that video while looking for a solution my self. I also came across this answer hub post and thought I'd link the video; I didn't actually get a chance to try it out though.

Again sorry.

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