Shot by Otis_Inf
|Vanilla Photo Mode||Yes|
|Custom Aspect Ratios||Yes|
|Graphics API||DirectX 11 / 12|
- Universal Console Unlocker by Otis_Inf and SunBeam
Features: Unlocks the UE4 console in order to enter commands / cheats and offers a free camera among other things. The camera also works in the photomode.
Recommended console tweaks are the following. You can concatenate them together using the
| character to one string and
copy/paste them into the console in the game.
sg.ShadowQuality 5|sg.FoliageQuality 5|sg.ViewDistanceQuality 5|sg.PostProcessQuality 5|sg.EffectsQuality 5|sg.TextureQuality 5|r.Shadow.DistanceScale 4|r.Streaming.LimitPoolSizeToVRAM 0|r.Streaming.PoolSize 4096|r.Streaming.MaxTempMemoryAllowed 256|r.SSR.Quality 4|r.MaxQualityMode 1|r.StaticMeshLODDistanceScale 0.001|r.maxanisotropy 16
These set all quality settings to maximum and tweak the in-game streaming configuration so when you switch to a higher resolution it's going to load textures much faster than with the default settings.
For screenshots, you can use the built-in camera of the UUU, also within the photomode. The debug camera can be handy however, hence it's mentioned below
- Enables the UE4 free camera. Use the UUU camera whenever possible however, use this camera e.g. in combination of TeleportToDebugCamera.
- Teleports your character to the current camera location
- slomo 0.5 / slomo 1.0
- Slow motion / Normal game speed
- showhud 0 / showhud 1
- hides / shows the in-game HUD. This is useful if you're using the debug camera instead of the in-game photomode. It's required to specify this command before you enable the debug camera otherwise it won't work.
- Pauses the game, which can be handy when you're trying to take a shot during a cutscene. The Universal Console Unlocker comes with a timestop
but that doesn't pauses cutscenes properly. Specifying
pauseagain continues the game
- camera 3rd
- Switch to 3rd person view.
- camera 1st
- Switch to 1st person view
- r.DepthOfFieldQuality 0
- Disables the in-game DoF
- r.MotionBlurQuality 0
- Switches off motion blur. This can help with blurry elements when you pause the game and use the debug camera or the in-game photomode.
- r.DefaultFeature.LensFlare 0
- Disables the lensflare
- r.BloomQuality 0
- Disables the bloom
- r.Fog 0
- Disables the fog
The console has a history. Simply press arrow-up to get the list of last entered commands. This allows you to quickly switch between previously entered commands like Pause, r.PostProcessAAQuality 2 etc.