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    Alright, thanks for the help.

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    http://udn.epicgames.com/Three/LightMapUnwrapping.html

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    There are loads of Youtube tutorials about 2nd UV channels.... but here is one of them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoLXkTReBns If you use baked lighting and not fully dynamic lighting you should always do this!

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    Darthviper, can you please explain to me how i can add lightmap UV's?

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    In addition to what darthviper said, how does the geometry look like? You can get some weird results like that if the mesh is a one sided plane or if you have open edges for example.

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    up at the top, you need to build your lighting


    If it looks like ****, can be a few reasons---1: No lightmap UV's 2: your lightmap UV's suck 3: lightmap resolution is too low (default is 32, much too low for most anything)

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    Is there a way to fix these Shadows? (Help needed)

    Hello!

    Recently i have been planning to make a project, mainly to do with lighting. The only problem is, i have forgotten how to make my light build, the same as how it looks in the editor. Could someone please remind me on how to do so. I would like my lighting when the level is played, to look as the following preview, in the editor. Only problem is, when i build the lighting (Production Lighting) It does not turn out to how it actually looked in the editor.

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