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 ====== Importing Models into UE4 ====== ====== Importing Models into UE4 ======
  
-**NOTICE: These instructions are applicable for Unreal Engine 4.3. SpeedTree will not work with earlier versions of UE4.**+**NOTICE: These instructions are applicable for Unreal Engine 4.19.2. SpeedTree will not work with earlier versions of UE4.**
  
 When you save a model in the UE4 version of the Modeler (or use the compiler for custom licensees) you should have an .st file that represents your model. ​ This is the file you will import into the UE4 Editor. ​ The SpeedTree model will be imported into a normal static mesh object. ​ Click [[creating_models_for_ue4|here]] if you don't have an .st file. When you save a model in the UE4 version of the Modeler (or use the compiler for custom licensees) you should have an .st file that represents your model. ​ This is the file you will import into the UE4 Editor. ​ The SpeedTree model will be imported into a normal static mesh object. ​ Click [[creating_models_for_ue4|here]] if you don't have an .st file.