Unreal Engine 4 Docker Containers
Looking for a place to start? Check out the Unreal Containers community hub for implementation-agnostic information on using the Unreal Engine inside Docker containers, and then head to the comprehensive ue4-docker documentation to view details specific to using the ue4-docker project.
The ue4-docker Python package contains a set of Dockerfiles and accompanying build infrastructure that allows you to build Docker images for Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4. The images also incorporate the infrastructure from ue4cli, conan-ue4cli, and ue4-ci-helpers to facilitate a wide variety of use cases.
Key features include:
- Unreal Engine 4.19.0 and newer is supported.
- Both Windows containers and Linux containers are supported.
- Building and packaging UE4 projects is supported.
- Running automation tests is supported.
- Running built UE4 projects with offscreen rendering is supported via NVIDIA Docker under Linux.
- Documentation: https://adamrehn.com/docs/ue4-docker/
- GitHub repository: https://github.com/adamrehn/ue4-docker
- Package on PyPI: https://pypi.org/project/ue4-docker/
- Related articles: https://adamrehn.com/articles/tag/Unreal%20Engine/
- Unreal Containers community hub: https://unrealcontainers.com/
See the file CONTRIBUTING.md for guidelines on how to contribute to the development of ue4-docker.
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