- [Narrator] Unreal Engine utilizes a lighting system…that focuses really on truly four basic lights…to approach your scene.…Here, we want to go over what those lights are…and a simple way of defining a best case…or best use scenario before we dive in…and actually start to place all of these lights.…Let's look at the terminology associated…with the specific type of lighting in Unreal Engine.…So, the first one we want to look at is a point light.…A point light is an omnidirectional light…and it works much like a light bulb would work.…
This is where we can actually place a point light…much like you would a light bulb in the real world.…It gives light in that sense that it is exactly that,…a point in space that lights it multi-directionally…and provides essentially a spherical globe of lighting.…A spotlight is very similar to a point,…except its lighting is limited to direction by a cone.…So, if you think of a point light put into a cone…and the light being reflector forced…and projected into a specific area,…
- UE4 lighting features
- Light properties
- Lighting an animated scene
- Working with ceiling lights, lamps, skylights, and sunlight
- Adding reflections
- Adjusting lighting settings
- Using lighting effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. UE4 Lighting Basics
2. Lighting a Scene
3. Lightmass and World Settings
4. Lighting Effects
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