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  • In UT3 adding a basic light is quite simple(Because basically you just need step 1 and 2.). Add Actor - Add Light (point)
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  • {{classbox| [[Legacy:UT|UT]] :: [[Legacy:Actor|Actor]] >> Light}} ...is the specification for the Light class. For a general overview of how to light a map, see [[Legacy:Lighting|Lighting]].
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  • {{classbox| [[Legacy:UT2003|UT2003]] :: [[Legacy:Actor|Actor]] >> Light (Package: Engine)}} ...T2003 version of Light. For [[Unreal Tournament|UT]] version, see [[Legacy:Light (UT)]].''
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  • ...doesnt apply to all versions of the engine. Ok so I added the rest of the light effects and types. Unfortunatly I have no clue what they do I just thought ; LT_Steady : Normal light. Probably the one you'll use most often.
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  • This tutorial offers the very simple steps needed to add and place a light actor in your map and to see the results of building the lightmap. ...with the mouse on the '''exact''' location of where you want to place the light, do one of the following:
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  • {{UE1:Light (UT)}}
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  • {{UE1:Light (UT)}}
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  • The light class.
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  • '''Light colors''' are specified through [[wp:HSL and HSV|hue, saturation and bright ...property and "Sat" to the ''LightSaturation'' property of the {{classgames|Light|e=UE1{{!}}UE2}} actor and actually any other actor type as well.
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  • | parent1 = Light
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  • The light class.
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  • The light class.
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  • The light class.
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  • {{UE2:Light (UT2004)}}
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  • The light class.
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  • | parent1 = Light
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  • | parent1 = Light
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  • Abstract Light ===Property group 'Light'===
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  • #REDIRECT [[Light colors reference]]
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  • Abstract Light ===Property group 'Light'===
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  • ; bool bLightChanged : Recalculate this light's lighting now.
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  • ...apons fire to travel through a mesh. Additionally, this setting will allow Light to travel through a mesh. Lights with bCorona set to true will still be blo
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  • ; bool bUnlit : [[Legacy:Light|Light]]s don't affect actor. It will be at full brightness.
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  • ...cludeTag[8] : Multipurpose exclusion tag for excluding [[Legacy:Light (UT)|Light (UT)]]s, [[Legacy:Projector|projector]]s, rendering actors, blocking weathe
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  • ...properties allow any actor to cast light, in particular the [[Legacy:Light|Light]] actor. However, most of the LightEffect settings don't work in game UT20 This property group determines the colour of the light. For examples of settings, see [[Legacy:Colors|Colors]].
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  • ...coration|decoration]]s, [[Legacy:Bot (UT)|Bot (UT)]]s, [[Legacy:Light (UT)|Light (UT)]]s and [[Legacy:Triggers (UT2003)|Triggers (UT2003)]]. This is an impo * [[Legacy:Light|Light]]
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  • ...[Legacy:Actor/Collision|Actor/Collision]] are not used with [[Legacy:Light|Light]] actors. These common properties are explained on the [[Legacy:Actor|Actor ...You're better off making a subclass if you want to attach a [[Legacy:Light|Light]] to a [[Legacy:Mover|Mover]] and have the map work properly in network pla
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  • : ''Subtopics as necessary:''<br />"Light Masterclass/Coronas''"<br />"Light Masterclass/Reducing Framerates"<br />"Bot Support/Defense"<br />"Bot Suppo * [[Legacy:Object|Class Reference]] ([[Legacy:Light (UT)|Lights]], [[Legacy:Brush|Brushes]], [[Legacy:Decoration|Decorations]],
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  • +- [[Legacy:Light|Light]] >>
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  • ...e two groups set the light-emitting properties of the actor. This includes light colour, brightness, effects and fog. See [[Legacy:Actor/Lighting|Actor/Lig
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  • ...door frames) make them look good and give you a place to stick an overhead light. See [[Legacy:Making Arches|Making Arches]].
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  • ...cy:Decoration|decoration]]s, [[Legacy:Bot (UT)|bot]]s, [[Legacy:Light (UT)|light]]s and [[Legacy:Triggers (UT)|Triggers (UT)]]. This is an important class b * [[Legacy:Actor (UT)/Lighting|Actor (UT)/Lighting]] and light color
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  • +- [[Legacy:Light (UT)|Light (UT)]]
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  • ...ectional, but [[Legacy:Trigger|Trigger]]s and ordinary [[Legacy:Light (UT)|Light (UT)]]s are not.<br />'''Tip:''' Set this to ''True'' for brushes (includi
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  • ...t's often useful when testing Triggers to make them cast a small circle of light so you know where to walk to activate them. This property group determines the colour of the light. For examples of settings, see [[Legacy:Colors|Colors]].
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  • ...roperty which confounded me for about an hour making my first terrain. The light from a Sunlight ''will be blocked by the main subtracted brush itself unles ...l also want to rotate it so the arrow points in the direction you want the light to shine. ''Note:'' in later builds of UT2003, the "eagle-head" icon as see
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  • ...ou have an old (maybe ISA?) network card), or maybe the cable is in wrong (light go on all the time when this haps), oh you misspelled floppy wrong, you kno
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  • ...Legacy:Subtract A Space|Subtract a Space]], [[Legacy:Place A Light|Place a Light]] then [[Legacy:Place A Playerstart|Place a Playerstart]].
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  • ...' want transparent is now selected. Take your floodfill tool and select a light colour (the lighter the colour, the less transparent the pixel will be). Fl
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  • ...d'''. '''Block''' contains information about the scene, animation, ambient light, background color. See '''''Scene Identifiers'''''. ...ENT_STATIC ''red'' ''green'' ''blue'': '''ignored by UnrealEd'''. Ambient light color and brightness. The three variables are floats between 0.0 and 1.0.
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  • '''Colormatch: Light Blue'''
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  • ...''' What I ended up doing is, since I'm moving a projector and emitter and light around every tick, anyway, I just made it so that the emitter gets reset to
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  • *Varying classes of vehicles progressing from light fighters to heavy cruisers. *Varying classes of weapons progressing from light weapons to heavy capital guns.
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  • ...x this lighting problem, right now I have very VERY ugly standin lights to light up the meshes, so I don't need to use RMODE 6 all the time.
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  • +- Light
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  • +- [[Legacy:Light|Light]]
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  • ...implicity, make them unlit, so they show up the right color even without a light in the skybox). Next, set all the walls of our big space to "Fake Backdrop [[Legacy:Add An Actor|Add an Actor]]>>Light>>[[Legacy:Sunlight|Sunlight]] inside our space. Set the LightColor->Bright
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  • ...you would like to move this object, select it (you should see it turn to a light red), then hold the ctrl button and drag with your mouse.
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  • [[Legacy:Sunlight|Sunlight]]s are a special kind of light, casting parallel shadows. They had to be placed in a skybox and pointed at
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  • * ''15'' The light bulb icon only calculates the texture illumination (when applying new brush * ''17'' The icon with a cube and a light bulb builds according to the options held in the [[Legacy:Build Window|Buil
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  • Again, the single cube map gives: 6(0). Adding a light makes this 7(1). Adding a ton of cubes seems to make no difference. Weird.
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  • ...solid space can reach into walls/floors and it'll prevent the raytracer to light those areas (unlit dark areas) or it can hang into Walls/Floors ... so duri
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  • ...he 2D (Top, Front, or Side), or, 3D views (Wireframe, Textured, or Dynamic Light) you will see the [[Legacy:Red Builder Brush|red builder brush]] shape alte ...ash;it just helps you see where the light is in the editor. Ctrl-drag your light around if you want.
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  • '''UArch''' would be intresting to expand this and add light/shadow detection into it, could be useful for stealth based games (like thi
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  • ====Light Materials====
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  • ...me lurking in the backwaters of the Unreal realm. I'm coming out into the Light...
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  • A number of light meshes have the actual light part displaying a material that is ''set to unlit''. You can find normal ve
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  • ...ompare it with the old one directly below. It's amazing what a little less light and some girders and trim will do.]] ...through the standard meshes for something nice tomorrow. I also went on a light-bashing spree, which has made the map a lot darker and a ''lot'' cooler loo
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  • ...type feel, with the angel texture greeting you as you enter the base. The light blue lighting in the base is almost white when you look at it, give it a pu ...d draw the players attention in the room. A good focal point is a shine of light, an arch, something that will make the player think "hey, that's pretty nea
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  • ...phenomenon never before observed-a planetary system with NO sun. Infra-Red light reacting with carbon dioxide in the high atmosphere bathes the planet in a
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  • ...time he or she scores a kill. When in use, your damage and purple UDamage light are increased each time you manage to kill someone. The damage amp limit fo
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  • ; Light Purple: A path that takes the bot up or down a ladder.
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  • ...lens, creating several images of geometric shapes to appear from a single light source. Given that fact, you'll find that lens flares are often over used //The Light-threshold is controlled via talpha;
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  • ...r would place these ShadowSources wherever a static mesh that represents a light source exists, and the code will take care of the rest. var() DynamicShadow.EShadowEffect ShadowEffect; // the type of light effect for this shadow
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  • ...ounces back at you, a value of 0.05 is used for the soil, as it drinks the light in and gives little back, the effect gives it a very dull sheen, the mud ge
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  • ...nd it, and select SkyLight, Right click anywhere on the ground and add the light to illuminate the scene. Go back to the Generic Browser ''(don't forget to Up in the top tool bar, click the Build All button (a cube with a light bulb on it) You will prolly get a few warnings, they are unimportant for th
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  • ...counter]]. You could get the secret room to open just by shooting the same light 4 times.
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  • ...no effect on other actors which pass through its cylinder. Actors such as Light and ZoneInfo do nothing when another actor passes through them. Some decora ...ch() function, and therefore nothing happens when a player walks through a light actor, even if flags have been set in the collision properties.
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  • ...e a commandlet that would, for example, alter the LightBrightness of every light in a passed .UT2 (for use in a Darkmatch gametype) and save it with a new f
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  • ...s will also do it (the door in DM-Codex can be opened by shooting just one light four times).
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  • * When setting the Light Color (Button in UEd 2) don't click on any of the viewports. If you do, the ...rules:''' Never mind... I managed to fix my problem by deleting every last light from the level. It took a while but it was well worth it ;)
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  • A '''corona''' is created by making a light that has a skin associated with it. It is often erroneously called [[Legac === With Actor Light ===
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  • ...[Legacy:UT|UT]] :: [[Legacy:Actor (UT)|Actor (UT)]] >> [[Legacy:Light (UT)|Light (UT)]] >> ChargeLight (Package: UnrealShare)}}
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  • ===Natural Light === |Flame;Using the flicker Light-type works well with this color
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  • In the Perspective window which should be black and say Dynamic Light at the moment, right drag your mouse around in the window. The view rotates ===Add a Light ===
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  • ...lights to our map. Without lights the only way you can see is if you add light at the map level. You can do that in the [[Legacy:Level Properties|Level P * Create a basic light shape and texture it.
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  • * you'll also want to light your terrain later. Terrains are affected by ambient lighting and normal li
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  • ;# Dynamic Light &ndash; normal game mode
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  • ; STAT LIGHT : Toggles the list of lights that are affecting the player. ;;; [light actor]:
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  • ..., they are colored with the number of influences (green =1, red=2, pink=3, light blue=4, white for 5+ )
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  • ; STAT LIGHT GETFRAME=00.1 PROCESS=00.0 LIGHTSET=00.0 LIGHT=00.1
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  • ...Studio Max]] that allows you to render lighting into a texture map. These light maps are then combined with the texture maps on the castle using multi-text
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  • ...ag]], have their default properties set up with the corresponding skin and light color, and they also initate the animation loop.
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  • Light
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  • In UT3 adding a basic light is quite simple(Because basically you just need step 1 and 2.). Add Actor - Add Light (point)
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  • * Scripted Light Shows
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  • ; rmode 5 : Return to normal view (dynamic light, textured) ; rmode 7 : Lighting only (dynamic light, no textures).
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  • ...n monitor suicided. I used an old 14" thing, which did strange things with light pictures. Today I bought a new one. Really OT: I finally watched Matrix rel
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  • ...do. default ambient glow is 64 I think. Try it - make a default cube, no light, one player start. run the map and "behindview 1".
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  • ...ment. At least we now have someone who can do heavy-duty coding, not this light shit I do :P
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  • ...int, Camera, Carcass, Counter, Dispatcher, HomeBase, Keypoint, LiftCenter, Light, MusicEvent, PathNode
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  • .../vbforum/unr_showthread.php?s=&threadid=58338 Brief idea for a triggerable light] ...beyondunreal.com/documents/ambientplayerlight.php Making an Ambient Player-Light]
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  • start shooting. He'll die and you'll be able to shoot the blueish light above his dead body, which is what
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  • ...n as to the interior lighting of the level, and was thinking of cold sharp light blue lights, complimented with warmer orange lights, and the occasional sma ...ounces back at you, a value of 0.05 is used for the soil, as it drinks the light in and gives little back, the effect gives it a very dull sheen, the mud ge
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  • ...n as to the interior lighting of the level, and was thinking of cold sharp light blue lights, complimented with warmer orange lights, and the occasional sma
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  • ; bool bKeepLightEffects : Tells the projectile to keep its light effects enabled even with bDropEffects=True or under low-FPS conditions. Th
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  • ; bool bIdleLight : Whether the effect should still emmit light in Idle state.
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  • # Subtract a room 512x512x512, light and texture it as you like.
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  • ...o is optimise the code a little (I'm doing stuff in Tick() so I want it as light as possible) and get it on my server for some hammering. ...with a single particle from a particle effect - less impact than a single light. So I wouldn't worry about it. ;)
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  • ;* 7: ([[Legacy:UT2003|UT2003]]) LODSET_LightMap &ndash; used for light maps
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  • ...real Universe. You have been cool if you could shoot at the windows so the light goes out. What's with the swords on the most illogical locations? There are
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  • ...n they make their level they tend to have no light sources. Always put in light sources it looks much better. When making a Death Match level it is usua
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  • ...t, and place a KActor, using the static mesh of, a hanging light. Put the light just off the
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  • ...pable of temporarily disabling a vehicle and ejecting its driver (if any). Light vehicles have a 50% chance to be disabled, Medium vehicles have a 25% chanc
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  • ...na. It behaves like distance fog, but takes the shape of a sphere around a light source. Present in UT, not sure about UT2003. See below. ...real Tournament, the radius of the spherical "fog" can be specified in the light's properties by setting the VolumeBrightness, VolumeFog, and VolumeRadius p
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  • '''Obliterous:''' can this be expanded to include light emitting surfaces like lava?
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  • ...sible (like the special theory of relativity postulating that the speed of light is always the same regardless from the frame of reference it is measured in ...iy condensed energy, or even energy that has slowed down from the speed of light.
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  • ...gainst larger targets due to their relatively small weapons and relatively light armor. Their only redeeming quality is an ability to be disgorged en masse ...ere on-screen at a time, but still, it was a lot of polygons to render and light just for the space dust effect. Now, I do want to keep the space dust effec
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  • ...he environment map (which doesn't appear to be affected much by changes in light level) becomes much brighter than the diffuse texture, and ends up looking ...hiding in the code gobbling up cycles, because I made a test ship that was light a freighter, with just a big stack of bulkheads and no engines or weapons (
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  • ...are some things you have to scale to that you can't change. Specifically, light and sound have radii that have a set range, which you can't change. If you
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  • [[Legacy:Viewport Context Menu|Viewport Context Menu]] -> Add Light here</nowiki>
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  • ...l flying to use in space, thus making a weapon that's too cheap to see the light of day on the ground be a real "skill" weapon in space. Anyways, I'll throw
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  • ...n. Also, the light drawn on to the HW brushes I believe is vertex, but the light can be pre-lit in 3ds max so shadows can be raytraced on HW brushes for an
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  • ...he color used as "white". (Default is R=0, G=128, B=255 which is a kind of light blue)
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  • ...various ambient colors set. You'll have to add your own code to scale for light brightness. This isn't anything like the scientifically correct way to do // Convert the color (not brightness) of an Unreal light to RGB values from 0 to 1
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  • ...e prepared for it. You probably can't prevent these things (but hey, don't light candles in bed and be nice to your girlfriend), but with some sensible prec
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  • ...re's sake at; I don't think the place would look quite right with too much light in it. Oh well, sorry you didn't enjoy it. I guess I just have a thing for
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  • ...switch back and forth at random intervals. They would only do this if the light was in "damaged mode" which would be signaled by bDamaged, a reliably repli
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  • ...e corners of the bsp facing one direction have a weird sunlight glow as if light was leaking under the walls. There are no actual holes, no hom... its on th ...le. Other than that I dont have any other ideas. Unless antiportals effect light calculations?? in which case they may be of some help.
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  • ...tly themed''' but had some '''technical difficulties.''' The stairways and light-colored platforms were not shaded smoothly, and are probably in need of som ...should not be lit by that light. This is how parts of one mesh "block" the light from being cast onto other parts of the mesh.
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