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Lighting Tricks for UE4?


I am new to UE4. I watched some tutorials online and I am trying to construct my first scene by using the Open World Demo Collection.

I put some trees and grass, then I hit the build button. However, I got very bad graphics quality. alt text

All my foliages become very black and it seems there is no indirect lighting.

How can I make the quality as good as the example images? alt text

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked May 06 '19 at 02:13 PM in Rendering

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Maybe they are a bit out of date but still (one of the) the best lighting tutorials! https://forums.unrealengine.com/community/community-content-tools-and-tutorials/106867-unreal-4-lighting-academy-or-something-like-that

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answered May 06 '19 at 04:59 PM

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