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We worked with our friend Tom Sporer to turn this production tool around in just a few days. Check out the article here
We're really happy with everything we've managed to get into this release, it's a big upgrade!
Hi everyone - we've got a couple of press releases going out during Siggraph. There's a short summary blog post here: http://fabricengine.com/firstlookatfabric2-6/
If you're interested in the bigger press release, it's here: http://fabricengine.com/news/fabric-engine-2-6-adds-rigging-upgrades-custom-manipulation-system-asset-patterns-data-management/
Or you can just watch the video
Hi everyone - the current beta includes support for import patterns and building out behaviours that can be used to control how assets work within Unreal. The examples we use in this video are a simple sliding door and a proximity switch for a light. We're sure you'll come up with lots of other ideas, so take a look and let us know what you think.
We're happy to announce the release of Fabric Engine 2.5. This release has two main additions: Kludge, a tool for wrapping C and C++ libraries, and a completely new version of Tab Search.
For the full release notes, go to: http://docs.fabric-engine.com/FabricEngine/2.5.0/HTML/ReleaseNotes/2.5.0.html#relnotes-2-5-0
To start using Fabric right now, go to Get Fabric and request your free evaluation license.
As part of our ongoing project to improve the 'first touch' of using Canvas, we have worked hard to overhaul the Tab Search functionality. Previously, it was difficult to find specific nodes and also to find out what certain nodes did. Tab Search now leverages the new tag architecture of Presets to improve discoverability in Canvas visual programming. It is now very easy to quickly find the nodes you need and also understand what a specific node does.
Here's a quick overview of the new functionality:
For more information on how the new tag architecture works please refer to the documentation
Most studios use a range of commercial, open-source and custom libraries in their environments. While Fabric is a powerful platform, it's unrealistic to expect people to reinvent the wheel - it's vital that Fabric can play nicely with these existing libraries. Kludge is a tool that makes it easier to wrap C++ libraries into KL extensions.
Kludge consists of three parts:
We have leveraged the power of Kludge to create some new extensions:
We hope you like the release!
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