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Matinee Movie spawn somewhere outside the scene and do not render the camera animation.

Hi everyone ,

I am currently finishing my final school project and experimenting for the first time with Unreal engine 4. My goal is to render and make a movie of my scene but after creating a camera , a Matinee actor , associate camera with director and animate it , the movie created in matinee would spawn somewhere outside the scene and do not render the camera animation. Heres some screenshots : http://imgur.com/a/tqRWz

Thank you for you help


Product Version: UE 4.10
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asked Apr 27 '16 at 03:00 AM in Rendering

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avatar image cuateisral Apr 27 '16 at 03:09 PM

same problem in here

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