Unreal Engine 4 – OPEN DOORS – blueprint

Unreal Engine 4 – OPEN DOORS – blueprint


How to open doors in Unreal Engine 4
using blueprint and matinee animation

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How to open doors in Unreal Engine 4

36 Comments on "Unreal Engine 4 – OPEN DOORS – blueprint"


  1. Hello ShparckMin tee-hee!
    PS: Nice tutorial, very well explained as always 🙂

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  2. досмотрел до 0:20 и решил – нах надо, у него же всё само на автопилоте "выскакивает". А у меня "новые группы" не создаются. Значит попадаем в цикл – нах надо мне это видео.

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  3. Lot easier than I expected it to be, thank you that was very quick but informative 🙂 although I do the scripts a little differently.

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  4. You are my hero! Your tutorials are so well edited it normally takes people 20 min to get to the point this video is perfect!

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  5. Wow you literally have some of the fastest but most accurate methods I’ve seen

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  6. ok so im making an rpg game and i have a skeleton warrior, mage, and ranger, im trying to figure out 1 how to get it so when they are close enough to me they play their attack animations then how do actually have it do damage, fresh from start to finish? i need to watch videos because im a visual learner then i can eventually understand it, im a complete newbie at this so and help or direction on where i need to go for this knowledge will be greatly appreciated

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  7. hola mi prueba no estaba.

    funcioando, suponho que necesito uba reformada. google chrome

    muy buen tutorial que hace^_^!?abi'os hombre.

    Oh, lo estabas haciendo bien chispa hombre.:-)

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  8. Thanx for video. Tell me please how did you get the matinee object to the scene? it's appears on 0:50 but there is no explanation how to get it to the scene

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  9. This drove me crazy but maybe others have similar issues:

    It kept saying "can't add a keyframe for this object"

    Make sure your mesh is set to "Moveable" then create the matinee, create an empty group and movement track, then you should be able to add keyframes.

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