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Question entire scene is yellowish

Discussion in 'General Graphics' started by getmyisland_dev, Jul 11, 2021.

  1. getmyisland_dev

    getmyisland_dev

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    My entire scene is now yellowish when I try to play my game. This happened after I imported a new playable character.

    Here is a picture of my scene:


    This roboter thing is the player I imported and all the other objects (plane, cube, sphere) should be white.

    I don't know if it makes a difference, but I'm using Photon.

    My roboter is yellow, but changing the material color didn't helped and I also imported the Armature from Blender to unity.

    EDIT: The scene only looks like this when I play the game.
     
  2. Mauri

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    Have you checked your light settings?
     
  3. getmyisland_dev

    getmyisland_dev

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    I just checked my lighting settings and nothing special. Any idea where I should look specifically?
     
  4. BrandyStarbrite

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    Yellowish? It could be that the light colour or enviroment light colour, is defaulting to a yellowish colour. So you might have to change the colour to a colour that you want for your scene.

    If you want try this test. Change the colour in your light settings, to a weird colour like red, and see what happens. If the colours in the entire scene change reddish, and the yellow colour completely disappears, then that is a sign that the yellow problem, is due to the colour of the light or enviroment light emission. So you might have to change the colour in your settings, to a colour that might look good in your scene.
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2021
  5. kdgalla

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    In addition the environment lighting in your render settings. Also look at the default directional light that Unity creates when you create a new, empty scene. That's yellowish too, if I recall.
     
  6. Silverhook

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    OMG!!! It happened to me too!
    Can anyone please please help??
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  7. Silverhook

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    Ok, fixed it thank god!
    I launched a scene that came with one of the assets I downloaded from the Asset Store (which was fine, with no yellowish atmosphere), and when I got back to my scene, the yellowish atmosphere disappeared :)
     
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