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How to take a screenshot of a specified region in runtime ?


I'm using HighResShot command in my blueprint project to take screenshots, and it works very well. But now i need to take screenshots of a specific region and not all the viewport, i know it's possible to do that in the editor, but what i want is in runtime.

I found this : alt text

and unfortunately.... it doesn't work !! I changed the last 3 digits by 0 to not enable mask, dumpbuffer or the captureHdr, but nothing! I mean the saved screenshot have the good specified resolution, but that's it ... it doesn't capture the specified region at all, it always capture the entire screen and put it in that custom resolution, and it's not what i want.

So, am i doing it right? or is there any other solution to do it ?


Product Version: UE 4.19
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asked May 16 '18 at 10:49 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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