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shader blend documentation with pics of the blend modes?

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by drudiverse, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. drudiverse


    May 16, 2013
    A convenient extra reference for unity that doest presently exist would be a quick visual lookup chart for the shader blend combinations: ShaderLab syntax: Blending,

    there are about 20 - 72 combinations of this kind:

    Blend SrcAlpha OneMinusSrcAlpha // Alpha blending
    Blend One One // Additive
    Blend OneMinusDstColor One // Soft Additive
    Blend DstColor Zero // Multiplicative
    Blend DstColor SrcColor // 2x Multiplicative

    I know jessy did a tutorial on youtube for blend mode it's great, however it just covers 2-3 modes.

    it would be nice to have a page with a table of illustrations:

    i would be happy to do a page, it would take me some hours, of all the blend modes in tutorial :S
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2014
  2. HerrJohr


    Oct 21, 2018

    this comes late, but I created a Unity Project with all combinations of the blend modes in it.

    Download it here:

    You find the scene here: udemy_shader_tutorial-master\Assets\Scenes\Blend.unity

    All Blend modes are shown by planes:

    Screenshot 000312.png

    Screenshot 000313.png

    All materials and shaders are named by their blend modes:

    Screenshot 000314.png
    MaxPirat likes this.