class unreal.MovieRenderDebugWidget(outer=None, name='None')

Bases: unreal.UserWidget

C++ Base Class for the debug widget that is drawn onto the game viewport (but not burned into the output files) that allow us to easily visualize the current state of the pipeline.

C++ Source:

  • Plugin: MovieRenderPipeline

  • Module: MovieRenderPipelineCore

  • File: MovieRenderDebugWidget.h

Editor Properties: (see get_editor_property/set_editor_property)

  • accessible_behavior (SlateAccessibleBehavior): [Read-Write] Accessible Behavior: Whether or not the widget is accessible, and how to describe it. If set to custom, additional customization options will appear.

  • accessible_summary_behavior (SlateAccessibleBehavior): [Read-Write] Accessible Summary Behavior: How to describe this widget when it’s being presented through a summary of a parent widget. If set to custom, additional customization options will appear.

  • accessible_summary_text (Text): [Read-Write] Accessible Summary Text: When AccessibleSummaryBehavior is set to Custom, this is the text that will be used to describe the widget.

  • accessible_text (Text): [Read-Write] Accessible Text: When AccessibleBehavior is set to Custom, this is the text that will be used to describe the widget.

  • can_children_be_accessible (bool): [Read-Write] Can Children be Accessible: Whether or not children of this widget can appear as distinct accessible widgets.

  • clipping (WidgetClipping): [Read-Write] Clipping: Controls how the clipping behavior of this widget. Normally content that overflows the bounds of the widget continues rendering. Enabling clipping prevents that overflowing content from being seen.

    NOTE: Elements in different clipping spaces can not be batched together, and so there is a performance cost to clipping. Do not enable clipping unless a panel actually needs to prevent content from showing up outside its bounds.

  • color_and_opacity (LinearColor): [Read-Write] Color and Opacity: The color and opacity of this widget. Tints all child widgets.

  • cursor (MouseCursor): [Read-Write] Cursor: The cursor to show when the mouse is over the widget

  • flow_direction_preference (FlowDirectionPreference): [Read-Write] Flow Direction Preference: Allows you to set a new flow direction

  • foreground_color (SlateColor): [Read-Write] Foreground Color: The foreground color of the widget, this is inherited by sub widgets. Any color property that is marked as inherit will use this color.

  • is_enabled (bool): [Read-Write] Is Enabled: Sets whether this widget can be modified interactively by the user

  • is_focusable (bool): [Read-Write] Is Focusable: Setting this flag to true, allows this widget to accept focus when clicked, or when navigated to.

  • is_volatile (bool): [Read-Write] Is Volatile: If true prevents the widget or its child’s geometry or layout information from being cached. If this widget changes every frame, but you want it to still be in an invalidation panel you should make it as volatile instead of invalidating it every frame, which would prevent the invalidation panel from actually ever caching anything.

  • navigation (WidgetNavigation): [Read-Write] Navigation: The navigation object for this widget is optionally created if the user has configured custom navigation rules for this widget in the widget designer. Those rules determine how navigation transitions can occur between widgets.

  • on_visibility_changed (OnVisibilityChangedEvent): [Read-Write] On Visibility Changed: Called when the visibility has changed

  • override_accessible_defaults (bool): [Read-Write] Override Accessible Defaults: Override all of the default accessibility behavior and text for this widget.

  • override_cursor (bool): [Read-Write] Override Cursor

  • padding (Margin): [Read-Write] Padding: The padding area around the content.

  • preview_background (Texture2D): [Read-Write] Preview Background: A preview background that you can use when designing the UI to get a sense of scale on the screen. Use a texture with a screenshot of your game in it, for example if you were designing a HUD.

  • priority (int32): [Read-Write] Priority

  • render_opacity (float): [Read-Write] Render Opacity: The opacity of the widget

  • render_transform (WidgetTransform): [Read-Write] Render Transform: The render transform of the widget allows for arbitrary 2D transforms to be applied to the widget.

  • render_transform_pivot (Vector2D): [Read-Write] Render Transform Pivot: The render transform pivot controls the location about which transforms are applied. This value is a normalized coordinate about which things like rotations will occur.

  • slot (PanelSlot): [Read-Write] Slot: The parent slot of the UWidget. Allows us to easily inline edit the layout controlling this widget.

  • stop_action (bool): [Read-Write] Stop Action

  • tick_frequency (WidgetTickFrequency): [Read-Write] Tick Frequency: This widget is allowed to tick. If this is unchecked tick will never be called, animations will not play correctly, and latent actions will not execute. Uncheck this for performance reasons only

  • tool_tip_text (Text): [Read-Write] Tool Tip Text: Tooltip text to show when the user hovers over the widget with the mouse

  • tool_tip_widget (Widget): [Read-Only] Tool Tip Widget: Tooltip widget to show when the user hovers over the widget with the mouse

  • visibility (SlateVisibility): [Read-Write] Visibility: The visibility of the widget

on_initialized_for_pipeline(for_pipeline) None

On Initialized for Pipeline


for_pipeline (MoviePipeline) –