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Question About Lowering Quality In Workspace

My PC doesn't have everything required to run UE4 at optimum speeds. My program lags when I use it so my question is if I lower the settings down so I can work more efficiently on the project within the program, will I be able to raise everything back up in order to render a full HD game?

Product Version: UE 4.14
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asked Jan 30 '17 at 08:06 PM in Installation & Setup

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You can change the rendering quality in the settings for your project. In the level editor window (aka the main window) go to the Drop Down Settings -> Scaleablity - > Engine Scalability Settings.

There you can lower the overall quality for the engine.

You can also lower the Material Quality Level at the same dropdown.

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answered Jan 30 '17 at 08:15 PM

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