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Fading the material of a sphere into another one

Hi guys, I've a sphere with a very simple material attached. For this material I defined just the "Base Colour" and the "Emissive Colour". I want to fade them after 6 seconds into another one gradually.

How can I do that with Blueprints? Thank you.

PS = No one? It's impossible that a simple thing like this is so hard in Unreal Engine...

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asked Aug 31 '16 at 08:48 PM in Using UE4

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Marco I.
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you can do that without blueprints.

in the material editor: divide a time module by 3, plug it into a sine remapped node. set the sine remapped to 0-1, plug that into a lerp. A input can be the settings for base color only, B input can be settings for Emissive color only. plug it all into the right things, and boom.

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answered Aug 31 '16 at 09:08 PM

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avatar image Marco I. Aug 31 '16 at 09:28 PM

Thanks Luos for the quick reply, but, ehm.. can you provide me an example with an image? :) Also, will this method works for 4 materials (I have 4 colours to fade between them)?

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