I bought the license, compiled the build but it's all black :(

  • #1, by nerdWednesday, 24. October 2018, 16:32 A year ago
    I bought the license, compiled the build but it's all black roll
    What am I missing? First scene is set on th first game scene, then I've no idea what's wrong

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  • #2, by nerdWednesday, 24. October 2018, 16:56 A year ago
    Solved

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  • #3, by afrlmeWednesday, 24. October 2018, 17:00 A year ago
    what was wrong with it?

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  • #4, by nerdFriday, 26. October 2018, 15:50 A year ago
    what was wrong with it?

    "Change resolution" checked

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  • #5, by afrlmeFriday, 26. October 2018, 16:30 A year ago
    Aye that's to force the game to export out as a different resolution than the default resolution that you set in game settings. It not recommended to use that - I think it's a bit buggy.

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  • #6, by nerdSaturday, 27. October 2018, 15:55 A year ago
    Aye that's to force the game to export out as a different resolution than the default resolution that you set in game settings. It not recommended to use that - I think it's a bit buggy.

    I ve noticed got this problem also when converting to webP, is that normal?

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  • #7, by afrlmeSaturday, 27. October 2018, 17:24 A year ago
    hmm... I think webp is supposed to work, but I recommend working directly with webp in the editor while you work on development rather than using the webp option when exporting - there's a reasoning behind my suggestion too, as it allows you to see how your game will run while working on your game rather than having to wait until you compile the game into a playable build.

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  • #8, by nerdSunday, 28. October 2018, 12:05 A year ago
    hmm... I think webp is supposed to work, but I recommend working directly with webp in the editor while you work on development rather than using the webp option when exporting - there's a reasoning behind my suggestion too, as it allows you to see how your game will run while working on your game rather than having to wait until you compile the game into a playable build.


    Ok so I've to first convert the pngs

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  • #9, by afrlmeSunday, 28. October 2018, 14:48 A year ago
    Yeah, the program is really easy to use. Just follow my steps on that page & you can batch convert png files to webp.

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  • #10, by NigecMonday, 29. October 2018, 11:07 A year ago
    If you have problems with building a game, backup (just in case) and delete everything in the tmp folder that will appear in you project folder.. that's were the webp images convert to.
    It might be an anti virus thing but for me Windows 10 doesn't overwrite the content of that folder meaning I end up with the old images and movies when I build a game.
    webp files appear to convert to that folder if you do it via the build option

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  • #11, by nerdMonday, 29. October 2018, 12:36 A year ago
    If you have problems with building a game, backup (just in case) and delete everything in the tmp folder that will appear in you project folder.. that's were the webp images convert to.
    It might be an anti virus thing but for me Windows 10 doesn't overwrite the content of that folder meaning I end up with the old images and movies when I build a game.
    webp files appear to convert to that folder if you do it via the build option

    Thank you for the infos.

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