Currently, in our Unreal SDK documentation, we are using animated GIFs to try and show you how to set up various blueprints. Although this has the benefit of taking you through how the blueprint has been created, we think it can be frustrating as you have to wait for the whole GIF to see the end result, and the end result only briefly shows, making it hard to look at and reference.
We think we can improve on this, and we would love some feedback from you to figure out what will be the most helpful!
Some questions we have are:
- Would you just like static images?
- Is showing the progression of the blueprint and how it is made important to you or do you just want to see the end result?
- Would an embedded video that you can pause, resume and skip through be useful to you?
- Do you think the GIFs work well?
Please let us know if you have any ideas or suggestions of what you would like to see!