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  1. camera effect help

    Create an animation and play it on awake. That's literally all you do, it's an animation. https://unity3d.com/learn/tutorials/s/animation there is no exact science. Create a key frame, move it, create a key frame.
  2. camera effect help

    What effect are you talking about? Moving the camera from the ground like your standing up is an animation, not effect. There is several camera "effects" in that video. You have to be a lot less vague
  3. Low Poly Pagoda

    Awesome work man. It looks great. It's all good, that's the whole reason I posted. Good work
  4. Low Poly Pagoda

    Here is a pagoda I've been working on. It's not really too low poly and should be able to work fine with smooth shading as is (besides remapping and retexturing). This is not optimized to it's fullest because I am still making edits (Edited version will not be posted). I am also making the other pagoda's and building and lanterns and what not but I will not be posting those either so please don't ask. Texture is the same as the other low poly topics I've made. PagodaNew.zip
  5. Progressive Reloading(Shotgun)

    Did you search for how to do it or go straight to starting a new topic? A topic was created just a week or two ago asking the exact question: but as OMA answered, there are also for loops and while loops that are able to do progressive reloading. The answer in the previous topic I mention recursive functions. Idk why some ppl think for each loops are the only kind. Not only are there tons more but for each the absolute worst loop you can use performance wise because entire classes every iteration when 9/10 of the time you don't need the entire class. Idk why so many unity tutorials use them. Probably bc most unity tutorials are created by someone who learned for other tutorials or noobs who haven't learned to optimize yet
  6. Custom Editor graphical points to set vector3 position

    Sorry, the position is patterns / max.xy * rect.xy. That takes pattern's position relative to the max and scales it to integer values within a rect
  7. Custom Editor graphical points to set vector3 position

    few questions Does those values go into the negatives? For instance, min of -1 max of 1. Basically, where is 0,0 of the spray pattern? Is it in the middle, the lower left, upper left, etc etc... I only ask because that has a lot of affect on the math behind it. Here is a sudo of 0,0 being bottom left: Rect rect = new Rect(posX, posY, sizeX, sizeY); GUI.BeginGroup("", rect, "Box"); for(i = 0; i < patterns.Length; i++) { Rect r = new Rect(patterns.x -2.5f, rect.height - patterns.y -2.5f, 5, 5); GUI.Box("", r); } as for moving it around, you would if r.Contains(mousePosition) & mouseDown. If so, selectedPatternIteration = i. If selectedPatternIteration = i, then patterns = GUIMousePosition - Vector2(rect.xy). Else if mouseDown, selectedPatternIteration = -1 (some value that will say hey, nothing's selected). That (I believe) is the math behind it in editor windows and legacy ingame, not 100% sure about custom editors tho
  8. Make object mass not affect other objects

    Hm. Try building a debug build and see if any warnings or errors are thrown in the build. If it works fine in editor and not in build, something is not properly building
  9. Make object mass not affect other objects

    Decrease the mass of the player and increase the mass of the ship. A ship should never have the same mass as a player unless your ship is 160lb. Another alternative is to not use a rigidbody on your ship and program the buoyancy yourself (which is probably more efficient anyways) or lock the z rotation (but the problem will still occur on the x axis unless you lock it as well ) or you can use a character controller instead of a rigidcontroller
  10. Low Poly Bridge

    Here is a lowpoly bridge I made yesterday and optimized this morning. Pretty self explained so I'll just leave the description at that lol Texture can be found on any other low poly topic i've posted. It's just a color palette image as shown in the screenshot. You can make it even lower poly without affecting quality by merging the verts on each of the forward edges on the underneath side if you want to. Would drop you down to around 450 or so 488 tris Bridge.zip
  11. Obvious Color transition

    For informational purposes, if you don't have a cookie attached, it doesn't mean your not using one. Unity assigns the default cookie if the cookie slot is empty. I believe it's the same image as the default particle, if not, it's very close to it. If absolutely no texture is used (even the default texture) then it would be a giant projected (hard edged) box. That's just the way unity calculates there lighting. but on topic now. The reason there is a color difference is because the color intensity relies on two factors, the brightness of a light and the intensity of the ambient. So, if the ambient is set to 0 and light is set to 1 then somewhere in the middle (in the soft edge of the cookie) there will be values between 1 and 0. So this example shows what it what look like: center screen: 1, 0, 0 (red for example) middle left of screen: 0.5, 0, 0 left screen: 0, 0, 0 the only way to fix this is to find a happy medium between light intensity and ambient OR darken the light intensity OR use, like we previously mentioned, a cookie with hard edges instead of soft or a more softened cookie the darken it less dramatically. There's a reason why we mentioned cookies. It's not bc we are hungry it's bc it's the only alternative if you dont want to change the intensity of the light or ambient. That's just the way math works, to get to black from red, it's going to continue to get darker, the cookie is what tells how fast that transition is going to happen
  12. Obvious Color transition

    Use a different mask on the light. It's the cookie slot in the inspector on the light. https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/class-Light.html just drop in an alpha mask of something less noticeable
  13. [For Hire] Sam Foster Sound | Custom Music & Royalty Free Track Pack

    Samantha Foster... why in the world does that name sound so familiar. Idk where I've heard that name at. but looks like you have a lot of projects you've worked/working on. I'd have some jobs for you but I'm getting mine composed by lifeform media in L.A. I wish you the best of luck tho. Just had to post bc bc when I saw your name my memory dumped out
  14. Gotta Love UNET :) Please Help

    Gotcha. I don't use unet tho but that script isn't the network manager, that says lobby manager. im not sure why it's throwing that message but in the end, it's probably better to just build your own lobby manager. The scripts that come with unet are for example purposes, they weren't meant to be permanent
  15. how can i do progressive reload in Unity C#

    Same as reloading normally but you add one at time and call it again. void Reload() { if(ammo <= 0 || ammoInClip == maxAmmoPerClip) { reloading = false; return; } reloading = true; PlayAnimation(); yield AnimationTime(); Reload(); } when you call reload, if the clip is full or you run out of ammo, return of the function. Else, play the animation, yield the animation time and call the function again. It's called a recursive function. This topic has been covered multiple times in other topics
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