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Packaging Project causes FPS drop!!!

When I run my project in standalone mode, using the t.maxFPS command the FPS maxes out at 470 FPS. However, if I package my project and use the same command, the FPS maxes out at 80 FPS.

I know the command works because if I use t.maxFPS 30, the frame rate drops to 30.

My project is highly optimized and uses mostly emmisive textures.

What is causing this giant FPS drop going from standalone game to a packaged project????

Please help I am submitting this for judges and their inferior computers are having problems running the game!!!

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asked Apr 17 '15 at 11:33 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image Slavq Oct 18 '15 at 05:44 PM

I have similar problem, in Standalone I get stable 60 FPS, but in packaged game I get around 55 FPS in exact the same scene :(

PS. It happens on 4.9

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