What's the differences between blueprint/C++ projects and Unreal studio projects?
I knew a little about unreal studio,and I tried to use datasmith to convert my max file into udatasmith file instead of a FBX file.Cuz I thought it is more data-friendly for UE4.However, when I installed unreal studio, it lanched a new Epic Lancher(for enterprise) maybe? So,the question is if I don't change my UE4 version into enterprise verison,can I use datasmith importer? Thanks a lot.
asked Mar 22 '19 at 11:13 AM in Using UE4
First to clarify, we only have one Launcher used across the board for everyone...including game and non-game developers, and by game players. During your Unreal Studio registration, a setting may have gotten enabled to hide the video game store (to make the launcher appear more 'professional'). If this is the case, you can just open the launcher's Settings and un-check "Hide Game Library".
Additionally, nothing really changes with the Unreal Engine either. We only have one Unreal Editor, used by all developer types. The Unreal Studio beta just allows you to install a plugin (Datasmith) that provides the new import functionality, and a few other extras like the Unreal Studio template projects.
You can read more about the Unreal Studio template projects here: https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-US/Studio/UnrealStudioProjectTemplates
answered Mar 22 '19 at 01:20 PM
Stephen Ellis ♦♦ STAFF
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