Launcher Module consists of the following sections:
Launch Configurations: The section where you can Add and Delete a launch configuration. Changing the Configuration Mode, launching, stopping, and re-timing an engine also occurs inside the Launch Configuration section.
Renderers: It is the section where you can specify the details of your project to be rendered.
Launcher UI Elements
- 1.Filter: A tool used to refine the search results of launch configurations.
- 2.Name: The name of the launch configuration. It is editable and must be unique for each configuration.
- 4.Mode: 4.1 Live Mode: This mode is designed to prevent certain operations during a live event that might cause unwanted interference. In the Live Mode, deleting a renderer configuration, modifying Actions, and using Advanced Preview Monitor features are disabled. 4.2 Configuration Mode: This mode has no operation restrictions; you can use all licensed features without limitation.
- 5.ReTime: This button synchronizes your gen-lock time and I/O systems, including tracking and Video I/O.
- 6.Add: The button for adding a new launch configuration.
- 7.Delete: Removes selected single or multiple launch configurations.
- 8.Launch/Stop: This button launches and stops the single or multiple engines belonging to the configuration.
- 9.Filter: A tool for refining the search results of renderer configurations.
- 12.Map: The name of the map you want to launch.
- 13.Engine Type: The icon that indicates the engine type.
- 14.Version: The section where you can inspect the Engine version
- 17.Status: An indicator of the current status of the single renderer Engine.
- 19.Update Launch Settings: This button allows you to launch your project with additional settings, such as running your project without sound (NoSound)
- 20.Add: Adds a new renderer configuration.
- 21.Delete: Removes a selected renderer configuration. You must change your launch Mode from Live Mode to Configuration Mode to delete a renderer configuration.
- 22.System Usage: Visual indicators on CPU, RAM, GPU, and GMEM.
- 23.FPS: This field shows your Engine’s FPS rate when it runs.
- 24.Control: The button displayed in this field starts and stops an individual renderer. The Stop function is available only in Configuration Mode.
Get Start Parameters: Exclusive to the Unreal Engine environment, the button in the image above lets you get the necessary parameters to monitor your scene in the Editor Mode. See Controlling Unreal Engine