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why is my texture clipped in post process material

I am noticing an odd issue that hopefully someone can shed light on.

I am trying to use a texture within a post-process material. I imported the following texture into Unreal Engine which is a 1024x786 png image alt text

However when I used the texture within a post-process material and view it in a render target I notice that the image is clipped / shifted by a bit. Why is this happening? What can I do to rectify it?

Here's the post process material I created to simply connect the texture to the emissive alt text

and here's the odd result I see in the Render Target 2D that receives the post-processed material (which is also 1024
768)

alt text Notice the right side of the image getting cropped somehow out of the frame. How do I avoid this? Is it a bug?

Product Version: UE 4.8
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asked Jan 15 '16 at 04:18 PM in Rendering

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avatar image AJMW Feb 08 '16 at 05:16 PM

Hi,

Can anyone please help out? I am still stuck and waiting for some hints to move forward.

Regards, Arvind

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Finally, found the issue. The default UV Coordinates are the UV coordinates for the ViewSize which "may not" be the coordinates needed from the texture. So a simple UV scaling operation like the one shown below yields the expected result in the scene render target. Perhaps this could be made a bit more clear in the documentation of UE.

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answered Mar 04 '16 at 07:59 PM

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avatar image sds-michael Jul 03 '17 at 01:31 AM

Thanks very much for posting the solution! This saved me some time, tested and working in UE4.15.2. I agree, it would be great if this was mentioned in the documentation for Post Process Materials.

avatar image BingoBongo Apr 25 '18 at 10:08 PM

this is just stupid bug! actual solution for UE4.18. alt text

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