Unreal Engine 4 Video Course

The following are the first ten videos of our Unreal Engine 4 video course. Use the link to apply coupon code LEARNUNREAL and get a HUGE discount on the full course.

Unreal Engine 4 Video Course
Unreal Engine 4 Video Course

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Lecture 1 – Introduction

Learn the background of the Unreal Engine, the licensing model Epic Games uses, and get an overview of the topics covered in the course.


Lecture 2 – Registration & Installation

Learn how to register an account with Epic Games and how to install the latest version of UE4.


Lecture 3 – Projects

Learn what a project is in UE4. Learn about the Epic Games Launcher, the Unreal Project Browser, new project settings, Starter Content, and immersive mode.


Lecture 4 – Levels

Learn the basics of Levels and Assets.


Lecture 5 – Actors

Learn what an Actor is in the context of the Unreal Engine. Learn the most common types of Actors such as Static Meshes, Brushes, Materials, and Lights.


Lecture 6 – Level Editor Overview

Learn the difference between the Unreal Engine and the Unreal Editor. Learn about the different panels of the Level Editor and how to customize the interface.


Lecture 7 – Place Mode

Lecture 7 shows you how to add Actors to a Level. Learn about the five modes of the Modes Panel. Learn about the Basic, Recently Placed, Lights, Visual Effects, BSP, Volumes, and All Classes tabs.


Lecture 8 – Navigating Within the Viewport

Learn three ways to navigate the Viewport – mouse navigation, WASD navigation, and Maya navigation. Learn how to focus the camera on an object and how to adjust camera speed.


Lecture 9 – Moving, Rotating, and Scaling Actors

Lecture 9 of this Unreal Engine 4 video course will show you how to move, rotate, and scale Actors using the Move, Rotate, and Scale Tools. Learn how to manipulate several Actors at once. Understand the concept of world space vs local space.


Lecture 10 – Snapping

Lecture 10 shows you how to perfectly align Actors with each other. Understand Surface Snapping, Grid Snapping, Rotation Snapping, and Scale Snapping. Learn how to use snap sizes.