import animation at 30fps
Im trying to import my animations at 30 fps but somehow ue4 wont let me. Either it gives me more then the exported frames or it gives me the exported frames with more time... What am i missing or doing wrong?
I have added screenshots from my export process...
asked Nov 15 '16 at 08:17 PM in Using UE4
I think you are confusing frame count and FPS which is Frame Per Seconds.
30 FPS means that each second of your animation consists of 30 Frames.
if you animation is 2 sec long and is running at 30FPS, then you have 60 Frames in total.
In the UE4 import menu, you have the Frame Import Range that you can change, set the Min to 0 and the Max to 30
answered Nov 16 '16 at 04:09 AM
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