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Point Light Problem

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Hello

I am new at the Engine. I have a Problem with the lights. I put a Point Light in a Room. But when i go away or come closer to the light then the light gets brighter or darker. In UDk 3 the light had always the same Brightness. How can i change that? Please help me!

Louie.K

Product Version: UE 4.15
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asked May 23 '17 at 08:21 PM in Using UE4

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This is most like due to automatic exposure. To turn this off, find the PostProcessVolume in your Scene Outliner or make one, if it does not exist. In the Details panel under Auto Exposure change the Min and Max Brightness to the same value. You can also disable that from drop down menu of the viewport.

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answered May 23 '17 at 09:29 PM

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avatar image lolland1881 May 24 '17 at 02:07 PM

Okay that fixed my Problem. Thank you! But the lights are very dark. How can i change that?

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You can increase the brightness of the lights to compensate. Also, the min and max brightness settings for auto exposure will help. Lower the settings for darker maps where you want a single light to be more intense. Play around with the settings and see what gives the best feel for your map.

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