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omard2000

Anamorphic Flares

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omard2000    119

Hey Everyone,

 

I've been trying to create some anamorphic flares, I read Unity's documentation and looked up a few videos. I didn't really understand what they were doing.

 

Does someone mind explaining to me how to setup anamorphic flares.

 

Thanks! :)

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SATORI    555

Are you talking about Please login or register to see this link. ? You can change the lens mode to anamorphic there within the inspector.

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omard2000    119
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@Heimerdinger - Thanks for your reply! So do I change the actual flare or do I add BloomAndLense script to my camera?

Edit: I added a Bloom script to my camera and I got the anamorphic flares that I wanted :). However, it also affects other UI components such as my text. I left an example below.

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Thanks :)

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SATORI    555

That is occurring because image effects operate on a screen-space level.

If you don't want the UI affected by image effects, I believe you can set the UI component's canvas Render Mode to 'Screen Space - Overlay'. ;)

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omard2000    119
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@Heimerdinger Very true! That didn't come to mind for some reason :P. Just out of curiosity, is there another way to do this without having to change the canvas Renderer Mode?

 

Thanks for your reply :).

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SATORI    555

I'm sure there is, however that is the only method I know of myself at the moment.

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Zhavier    102

Another method would probably be to have the UI rendered by it's own camera. Pretty much the same method most people use for rendering first person weapons.

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omard2000    119
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@Zhavier - thanks for your reply! I'm going to give that a try soon. :)

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