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Reflections in Stereoscopic 360

Hi,

I'm working on a project where I have to make a 360 video of the area. But I'm having problems with the camera messing with the reflections on the water I have and I'm at a loss on how to fix this. My settings are identical to how it was set up in Ninja theory blog post over on the Unreal website.

Thanks in advance for taking the time help me with this issue. alt text Here I tried to make forward shading work and using the high quality reflections in my material as you can see there is some reflection but not what I wanted. alt text Here I tried to use planar reflections but as you can see didn't really work out. alt text Here you can see one of the issues where after a short distance the reflections just stop.

Product Version: UE 4.21
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asked Jan 08 '19 at 02:55 PM in Rendering

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