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    Originally posted by {MaC}hefer View Post
    Please, if you have time to put your archive on a different server, yes I like .
    I added a mirror (see first post).

    Originally posted by Lucid Dreams View Post
    First, at 1:45 min in the video, there was a folder created under RestrictedAssets/WIP called DM-ArcaneTemple-U99. I never have folders auto-created there by UT4 Converter. I saw the note "Since 0.5.0 version materials..."
    Video was made prior 0.5.0 version which have folder changes so the folder in video in wrong.
    Good one is now /Content/Maps/<mapname> (in the video should be /Content/Maps/DM-ArcaneTemple-UT99 if i would update it)


    Originally posted by Lucid Dreams View Post
    So, I've been able to use this utility to create maps, but textures are never applied.
    Here is some help, might help you (make sure when you import the textures /Content/Maps/<MapName> folder is selected):
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    Last edited by ШιητεЯΙsСσmιηɡ; 09-15-2015, 02:04 AM.

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    Textures Not Applied to Maps

    So, I've been able to use this utility to create maps, but textures are never applied.

    All paths are set in UT4 Converter.

    Let's say I'm working on a map called DM-KillEmAll.unr and convert successfully with UT4 Converter. UT4 Converter states that the UT4 Map Name will be DM-KillEmAll-UT99.

    I then start Unreal Edit, Open Face just to load the teleporters and flag bases then create a blank project.

    First, at 1:45 min in the video, there was a folder created under RestrictedAssets/WIP called DM-ArcaneTemple-U99. I never have folders auto-created there by UT4 Converter. I saw the note "Since 0.5.0 version materials..." I also never have folders automatically created under Content/Maps by UT4 Converter either.

    So, I make a new folder under Content/Maps called DM-KillEmAll-UT99. From \UT4-Converter\Converted\DM-KillEmAll I import all sounds, then textures, create textures, Save All, import the .t3d, save, build, save. I save the map as DM-KillEmAll-UT99.

    The maps get created, by everything is blank. The maps are playable, and while textures are available, nothing is painted--there are no textures applied to anything. Teleporters work, and I can manually (and very slowly) apply textures to the world polygon by polygon.

    What might I be doing wrong?

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    Originally posted by XTXP View Post
    You have to browse page then click on the latest version UT4-Converter-X.Y.Z.zip If you can't still see the page, tell me and i'll add some mirror.

    Thanks for your answer, sorry but i cant acces to UT rushbase (I search by google too, but its dead).. Please, if you have time to put your archive on a different server, yes I like .

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    Originally posted by {MaC}hefer View Post
    The DL link seem down, do you have an alternate link please ? I really like to try to convert some old ratz-maps maps .
    You have to browse page then click on the latest version UT4-Converter-X.Y.Z.zip If you can't still see the page, tell me and i'll add some mirror.


    Originally posted by chicken- View Post
    If any1 is having problems with lighting taking forever to build or crashing before or just after it completes, try selecting all surfaces and setting the lightmap resolution to something like 128 and it will probably build a lot faster and then you can go from there.
    About huge light build time, first of all remove the "sky" brush (used in UT99, U1, U2, UT2004/UT2003) which sometimes is far away from main level part which makes the lightimportancevolume very large thus increasing greatly lightning time builds.
    Once the "sky brush" removed, shrink the lightimportance volume the level and build again, the light build time should be much better afterwards.

    See here:
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    If any1 is having problems with lighting taking forever to build or crashing before or just after it completes, try selecting all surfaces and setting the lightmap resolution to something like 128 and it will probably build a lot faster and then you can go from there.
    Last edited by chicken-; 09-14-2015, 03:16 AM.

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    Originally posted by XTXP View Post
    Hello folks !
    Note sure this is good forum section but i guess so.
    Years after UT3 Converter (https://forums.epicgames.com/threads/588848) that helped converting maps to UT3,
    here is UT4 Converter program that helps converting maps from all previous unreal/ut games to UT4

    Note that since program is in early stages, staticmesh and terrain conversion
    are not yet operational which can lead to pretty "ugly" full of holes maps (specially UT3 ...)


    Note:
    Since 0.5.0 version materials and other stuff (sounds) must be imported into
    /Content/Maps/<MapName> instead of /Content/RestrictedAssets/Wip/<MapName>.



    Author: Me (XtremeXp)
    Version: 0.5.1
    Description: Helps convertings any map from previous unreal / unreal tournament games to UT4

    Download: https://ut.rushbase.net/xtremexp/too...ToUT4Converter
    Requirements:


    Known bugs:
    • [U1/UT99] Custom textures are not being converted
    • [U1/UT99] Some textures are not correctly aligned
    • Flag bases/Teleporters do not import correctly if you do not have loaded previously a map (like CTF-Face)containing these actors (Epic-side bug). Note: no need to re-load again a map once they have been correctly imported at each new UE4 Editor start.
    The DL link seem down, do you have an alternate link please ? I really like to try to convert some old ratz-maps maps .

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    Yea I was looking for it to post on here, it works great and you can scale the height separately if you choose with it as well. https://forums.unrealtournament.com/...ueprint-Editor

    I'm testing out a CTF-Orbital-LE102 port, at 1.25 scale so it hopefully fits the grid and then I'll use the actor scaler thing to scale it the rest of the way.

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  • replied
    Someone made a map scaling bp not too long ago. I can't remember who it was but capt.migrane used it so I assume he does.

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  • replied
    Originally posted by bass3 View Post
    The scale is fine, but in ut4 they changed eye sight really low, so you feel abit "tiny" but in reality maps are scaled perfectly with his converter.
    Hmm interesting, I always thought UT99 had a low eye-level compared to 2k4/UT3? Perhaps it's what you said in combination with the trans having a lower arc making it feel even "taller".

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    Originally posted by chicken- View Post
    I've noticed maps from UT99 feel slightly too tall in UT4 even when everything else feels fine. There was an old app called MapScaler that you could scale each axis separately if you wanted, would be a great addition to your program if possible. I was able to export t3d from ut99 editor (after deleting all non-solid brushes), scale it how I wanted it to be in UT4, import back into Ut99 editor and save as a new map. Then I use that in your Converter and I end up with a nicely scaled map in the end.

    Haven't actually done any work just wanted to see what was possible and it seems with MapScaler+UT4 Converter it's possible to make a map feel pretty decent.
    The scale is fine, but in ut4 they changed eye sight really low, so you feel abit "tiny" but in reality maps are scaled perfectly with his converter.

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    Thank you, I'll give it a try tonight. Looking forward to your advanced vid too!

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  • replied
    I've noticed maps from UT99 feel slightly too tall in UT4 even when everything else feels fine. There was an old app called MapScaler that you could scale each axis separately if you wanted, would be a great addition to your program if possible. I was able to export t3d from ut99 editor (after deleting all non-solid brushes), scale it how I wanted it to be in UT4, import back into Ut99 editor and save as a new map. Then I use that in your Converter and I end up with a nicely scaled map in the end.

    Haven't actually done any work just wanted to see what was possible and it seems with MapScaler+UT4 Converter it's possible to make a map feel pretty decent.

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  • replied
    This was result of importing Rankin from UT2004.



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  • replied
    Originally posted by Lucid Dreams View Post
    First, i just wanted to thank you for this awesome guide and tool! It's really going to help me bring some of my favorite UT99 maps to UT4.
    Thx! I'm planning to do another "tutorial video" for "advanced conversion" not showed in first video such as sky, movers and so on ...


    Originally posted by Lucid Dreams View Post
    What exactly does this mean? Which program needs to have loaded a Teleporter before telepoters will be properly imported? Does this program need to stay running during the entire import or can it be closed before importing begins? Moreover, does loading a map with teleporters remedy this problem forever, or is this something that has to be done every single time?
    Well currently if you do:
    Open UE4 Editor -> Import converted map into UE4 then teleporters and ctf flag bases are not imported (despite they are referenced in the converted ".t3d" file)
    But if you do
    Open UE4 Editor -> Open existing map with teleporter and/or flagbases -> Import converted map into UE4 then will they will be imported properly
    Once they have been imported once, no need to load again over and over map with flagbase and teleporters at each UE4 editor start

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  • replied
    First, i just wanted to thank you for this awesome guide and tool! It's really going to help me bring some of my favorite UT99 maps to UT4.

    * Flag bases/Teleporters do not import correctly if you do not have loaded previously a map
    containing these actors (Epic-side bug)
    What exactly does this mean? Which program needs to have loaded a Teleporter before telepoters will be properly imported? Does this program need to stay running during the entire import or can it be closed before importing begins? Moreover, does loading a map with teleporters remedy this problem forever, or is this something that has to be done every single time?

    Thank you for the clarification!

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