Does turning off "custom frame settings" mean it defers to hdrp global settings? Yes? Ok. So if i turn it on, but leave everything in "Frame Settings Override" unchecked, apparently it defaults to... The volume settings? What? Hdrp is so confusing. Basically, i have a second camera doing one simple job, on a separate layer. I dont want it adding all the extra overhead of anti aliasing, bloom, even lighting and shadows are unnecessary. It is isometric and just supposed to render red or black to a rendertexture, (which it is doing now), but is adding 10% ms per frame. Is there an easy way to make it bare bones... ..or do i have to make my hdrp and volume defaults bare bones? I want to rant at the incredible complexity of hdrp... But all i will say is JFCOAPS.