Unreal Remote allows you to quickly and easily test your mobile Unreal Engine 4 projects directly on your development computer!
Use this application alongside Unreal Engine to view and control the development project running on your computer using the actual touch and motion controls from your iOS device. This lets you quickly iterate on gameplay and input features while developing your Unreal Engine game.
Unreal Remote 2 can also be used with the "Virtual Camera" plugin (Unreal Engine 4.20 or higher) to add Virtual Camera functionality to your Unreal Engine Project.
Steps to use:
* Enable the "Remote Session" plugin in Unreal Editor (Requires Unreal Engine 4.20 or higher)
* Ensure your development computer and mobile device are on the same network
* Select "Play in New Viewport" in Unreal Editor
* Enter the IP address of your computer into the app and press Connect
The image from your editor preview will be shown on your iOS device and all touch input on the device will be processed by your Unreal project as normal touch input.
Added support for MiFi controllers (Requires Unreal Engine 4.23)
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Arkit working. Video stream to ios not
I’m sure I’m an idiot and doing something wrong, but I only get color bars that say “no signal” on my ios ui.
The online docs don’t explain the no signal error, nor walk me through getting a video stream onto my ios device.
I bet it has something to do with a configuration of the vpcinecamera in ue4, but just not sure. Maybe some ue4 ui mode needs to be set?
Can’t connect to IP
I wanted to see if I could get it to work, but it seems to be unable to even connect to my computer’s IP
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.