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Physical setting of character's clothing

(I am not good at English...and I am a beginner of unreal engine.)

I would like to reproduce the sway of the skirt of the character I made with blender, but it does not work. I applied physical assets to the skirts of the characters and got some results. But it makes intense movements like kicking the ball. I want this movement to change gradually as the leg changes... I tried changing some settings, but there was little effect.(Browse the first image)

And another question. The set physical collision gets caught on the object of the world and stretches.(Browse the second image) I want to invalidate this.

I need help for these two questions. alt text alt text

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Oct 05 '18 at 03:17 PM in Using UE4

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