I’ve been using the dynamic pawn to travel between different sublevels on different parts of the globe, following the logic described in this tutorial (Transition Between Locations on the Globe – Cesium), transitioning between them using your Fly to Location Latitude Height node in the level blueprint. It almost works, but on landing there is always a slight jolt in the cameras position. This also seems to happen when moving between different geomarkers in one sublevel.
I’m using 2.2.0, the problem is still present. Here is a short video showing the issue, https://youtu.be/yPa1B7iGTAE, it looks like this code is present in the cesium 2.2.0 plugin I am using, but the problem still remains.
I can clearly see the problem in the “close location” portion of your video, but I can’t see anything similar in the Samples project on my own system. Can you walk us through what you’re doing in detail, step-by-step, so that we can reproduce it ourselves?
I have now found the same problem of landing jolts in map 12 of the cesium samples project. No additional code added to the level blueprint, no settings changed for the cesium tileset or dynamic pawn - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4igcP0Yly4 - either the skipping only occurs when a higher level of detail tileset is loaded or it always happens but you only notice it when high LOD tiles are loaded (in the sample project typically only a low level of tile detail is loaded on landing in a new location).
Hi Kevin, yes I set the dynamic pawn fly to duration to 20 seconds instead of the default 5 seconds, masking the jolt by just having a fast fly to speed isn’t really viable for the experience I’m trying to make, this is the only parameter I changed in level 12 of the sample project.