How to render a movie on Network Drive ?
When I want to pick an output directory to render my movie sequence, I can't see the network drive setup on my computer and if I go to the network directory I can't see the folder shared on my NAS. The problem is the same in Matinee and Sequencer.
Is it a bug in unreal or is it a problem with my network ?
asked Jun 13 '16 at 08:23 AM in Using UE4
Current work around is to navigate to the network drive outside of the engine then copy the path and paste it directly into the directory path input in the Movie Settings window. Been doing it for renders for the entire project I'm working on now and haven't had problems.
answered Sep 20 '16 at 01:35 PM
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