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    Will we be able to import terrain height maps from UT2k4 into the new unreal editor so we can keep the original shape of our terrain?

    #2
    A more descriptive title wouldn't go amiss.

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      #3
      Thanks for answering my question, not

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        #4
        I'm not an Epic employee, I can't answer it, and neither will they since the title of this thread isn't descriptive.

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          #5
          Sorry, your majesty

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            #6
            I somehow doubt it's possible.

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              #7
              you should probably ask this in the maps & mods forum...you MIGHT get someone with experience with the new editor to answer you

              also, stop being an *** to people who are trying to help you

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                #8
                I would say it's highly unlikely. The terrain system is quite a bit different in UE3 vs UE2.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by -=¤willhaven¤=- View Post
                  I would say it's highly unlikely. The terrain system is quite a bit different in UE3 vs UE2.
                  That's all I wanted to know, thanks.

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                    #10
                    Yes it is very different however maybe this screen shot will raise some questions. This is from roboblitz. I haven't actually tried it but it might be close?



                    Notice the Import/Export buttons on the terrain tool. There is also an option for hight map only. If this is selected it changes the filter on the import to .bmp instead of Unreal Text (.t3d)

                    As far as importing with roboblitz it doesnt seem to be working with everything I am trying. Either im missing something, it doesnt work in roboblitz or there is a possibility it might work with unreal.

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                      #11
                      no, but maybe

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