Anyone know any good tutorials or websites for getting started with Unreal Engine 4? Trying to find stuff that aren't too out of date.
Seconded, there's good documentation on programming for UE4 but all the artistic documentation is fucking shit.
I'll tutor for $5/2hr.
>>553284Post work? If you're willing to tutor for $2.50/hr you either live in india or are a kid with no idea what he's doing.
>>553223YouTube. There is a great wealth of information there at your fingertips. Do you have any specific questions or places you'd like to start? Like getting used to importing models and textures, making materials from those textures to be used by your models?Because it seems you want a general overview of the engine, which if that's the case you're posting in the wrong place.
>>553223The same place you can find 60,000,000 tutorials for every other software, Youtube.
>>553284yeah post your work india boy, let's see your quality.
>>554340That lighting looks really unnatural and ruins the scene. Why are the shadows so strong and so blurry?
>>554165Must be over 18 to post here.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/RTFM
>>554340I don't believe someone who does work of that quality would offer tutoring at this low a rate.
Is it possible to use an equirectangular panoramic camera in UE4?
>>554375That would be badass. Even better would be omnidirectional stereo to upload to Youtube VR.
>>554375>>554378IIRC yes it's possible. I worked with exporting things to the gearVR, but lord, was it a pain in the ass. The video and audio had to be mixed seperately, but I have a feeling that was due to nobody on the project knowing what the hell they were doing.
>>553223Stick to the official documentation and tutorials on their official Youtube channel.