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Car headlights

Hi. So i made my car headlights and everything is fine but you know how actual headlights go realy far out and are still bright? how could i make them like that? Right now they kind of dimm a few meters after the front of the car. I have maxed out the settings for the spotlight i use (don't remember the name now. Maybe attenuation?) and it still doesn't go very far. Also this would apply to flashlights if i were to make one. Basicaly i want to light things brightly from far away with something that would resemble a car headlight or a powerfull flashlite. Thanks!

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asked Mar 26 '18 at 05:15 PM in Using UE4

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So I figured this on my own and if anybody needs this all you have to do is disable the "use inverse squared falloff" box in the light properties

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answered Sep 12 '18 at 04:41 PM

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