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Reflections Examples May Need Level Streaming

Branch: Binary Build version: 4.0.1-2027741+++depot+UE4-Releases+4.0

Interval: Happens 100% of the time.

Problem Description: Performance is impacted with so many reflection samples at once, it might be a good idea to add level streaming for these examples and have people walk into different areas that have the reflections active and separate with the opening/closing doors.

Reproduction: Load Reflections.umap, Click Play, Walk Around

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Attachment List: DxDiag file.

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asked Mar 31 '14 at 01:09 AM in Bug Reports

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Hi KnightTechDev,

Thank you for letting us know, we will take this into consideration.

Have a great day!

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answered Mar 31 '14 at 03:41 PM

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