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Efficiently and dynamically scale texture

I'm toying around in Unreal, loading up some Minecraft textures and applying them to cubes and whatnot. When I added, say, 40ish total cubes to my wall I noticed heavy lag spikes. I realized I need to 'compress' the wall into one big cube to reduce rendering pressure.

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Now, the issue is that this will have to be dynamic through code later on, so I'm aiming on getting things doable in that aspect. I know that I can simply create a new material and change the UV coordinates to make them proper, but I'm not sure how I can do this through code. Is there perhaps a setting that automatically changes the scale factor of the UV tile based on how big the mesh is, or the likes?

Cheers.

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asked Oct 01 '15 at 09:28 PM in Rendering

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Bart Pelle
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