|Active||Controls whether the object will be active/visible in game.|
|AnimationType||Chose between five different Animation Types: Pulse, Flicker, Switching, Defective, Custom||Pulse: Fades the light in and out smoothly based on the AnimationCycle duration and the MinIntensity value.|
Flicker: Causes a flickering effect based on the AnimationCycle duration and the MinIntensity value.Switching: Switches the light on and off, altered by the AnimationCycle duration and the MinIntensity value
Custom: Switches the light on (1) and off (0) based on numeric values.
It is possible to use iterations between these two values (1, 0.9, 0.8)
Values need to be separate by commas.
So created patterns can be infinitely long, since they are always relative to the AnimationCycle duration.
|AnimationCycle||The duration of the whole cycle in seconds.||All the other time values function relative to this value, which makes it particularly important.|
|MinIntensity||The lowest amount of intensity the light/material will reach during the cycle.||This value can be used to fine tune the look of that particular light.|
|Fade||Delays the on/off timing.|
|CustomAnimationValues||Only relevant when using the CUSTOM Animation Type. Lets you define custom animation patterns unsing the values "1" and "0" (1 = on, 0 = off).||Unlimited values can be used here to create a lengthily pattern, but they are timed over the duration of the set duration in "AnimationCycle".|
|CustomAnimationStartOffset||Lets you pick an offset value for the starting point of the cycle.||Can be used to randomize multiple lights being animated at the same time.|
|RandomStart||Let's the animation start at a random point in time.||Can be used to randomize multiple lights being animated at the same time.|
|StartDelay||Set a start delay in seconds.||Can be used to randomize multiple lights being animated at the same time.|
|LightMaterial||Define the coherent emissive material, for it using the same animation type and settings.|
|LightMaterialIsInTopParent||Check this, if the Material Light Animation Component is used on a child of the actual object, which contains the material.|
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