VERY IMPORTANT: You may need to go in the project settings and search for “Support Sky Atmosphere Effecting Height Fog”, and make sure that box is checked.
Hey everyone! In this tutorial we’ll be looking at a few settings we can use in the Sky Atmosphere to totally change the look of a scene. We then take a look at how to correctly use the Exponential Heightfog in conjunction with the Sky Atmosphere.
This Applies to both UE4 and UE5.
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00:00 – Intro
00:31 – Setup
02:05 – Sky Atmos Settings
03:42 – Correct Exponential Heightfog Settings
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