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ticks per second?

How many ticks are there per second?

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asked Aug 01 '15 at 07:13 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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there is a tick for every frame, so at 60 FPS, you have 60 ticks per second. but Frames Per Second can vary, so Tick events have a float called Delta Time, which tells you how many seconds have passed since the last tick. multiplying deltatime by a velocity when setting a position will make the velocity consistent at any frame rate.

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answered Aug 01 '15 at 07:34 PM

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