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Discussion in 'Assets and Asset Store' started by Thrawn75, Dec 1, 2015.
Is volumetric fog compatible with Unity's Post Process? If so, how do I make them work together?
Yes, you can use Volumetric Fog & Mist along with Post Processing Stack in builtin pipeline. Make sure the "Direct To Camera" checkbox is disabled in Post Process Layer component.
What do you suggest I do in order to have those eyes stay in the black so that we the player can't see that they don't have a body? Previously I used a camera with a pitch black background.
I can do the same with your asset but I'd like to try to use more features of the fog.
You can place a fog area covering the zone with low noise (so it becomes very thick) and very dark colors:
Sorry it took this long to answer. I reduced the dithering and while the effects were reduced, they aren't completely gone.
If you're using a fog area, you may want to increase the Jitter setting to reduce hard border artifacts. If the issue persist, please contact us by email so we can work on a repro. Thanks.
Hello, I'm highly considering picking up this asset, but I'm on the fence. I understand that Volumetric is not optimized for mobile, but Dynamic Fog is. Does this include support for Nintendo Switch? I couldn't find anything about support for different consoles, so I figured I'd ask.
Can't tell about Switch compatibility but feel free to try it on your own project. If it doesn't work on Switch, please contact us.
I'm using it in a FPS VR project.
I'm noticing that as I walk through it, it seems to come towards the camera at a faster speed that the geometry in the scene. Is there a way to control this?
Not sure about what could produce that effect. Could you please send me an email with your Volumetric Fog settings?
I currently have a 'fog' solution in my 2D project, and it basically uses the particle system to move 15-20 large transparent textures around the screen and it gives me a fog effect.
The problem with this is it creates a massive overdraw problem, and it can kill your fps if you don't have a fast graphics card. (Even with a RTX 2080 Super, I get a drop from 600fps, to 400fps, when testing with it)
How does your system work, and does it create a big overdraw overhead?
What I'm trying to create in my 2D game is some lightish fog in the background layer behind the player and cave system, so it's nothing that much or too 'thick' fog.
I know it's hard to tell, but what kind of fps drop do you typically get adding your fog system into a scene?
Just wanted to know if your asset is likely to fix my performance problem, before I think about buying it
@Thrawn75 Your asset is great, I'm having a lot fun with it Glad to see it does not impact performance too much so far.
I would like to have the effect of the fog void on more than a single target.
I have torches in my scene and I want them to dissipate the fog if they're toggled on. Anyway the specific effect I'm looking for really is the fog void, is there a way I can have more than one fog void?
I tried to do this with the Geometry mask inverted but since there is not falloff it doesn't look good.
In one of my shader scripts. I set the radius, and the position of many objects directly into the shader with an array. Is something similar possible with your package?
Shader.SetGlobalVectorArray(ShaderID.Positions, new Vector4);
Shader.SetGlobalFloatArray(ShaderID.Radius, new float);
Honestly can't say what performance you will get, it depends on so many settings, distance covered, quality, lighting options, ... it's an effect that has been tweaked for years to provide the best performance possible for the active feature set but it's a raymarching system nevertheless so probably a few sprites would perform better. Also it depends on the effect you like most/fits better at the end.
Yes, Geometry Mask works like a stencil buffer by checking depth so it's a bitwise op. Have you considered using the fog of war feature as an alternative? You can control the transparency level at any position this way and have a smooth falloff.
I'm going to try it out
There's still something I don't understand: in the picture of my previous post the Fog Void is offset compared to the gameObject target. Depending on if my player is higher/lower in Y position the Fog Void is either in front or below the player. Sometimes it's completely gone. What's happening?
Try enabling "Raymarched Void Area" in Shader Options section (button at top of Volumetric Fog inspector). This forces the fog void area test to be performed along the ray, instead of just at the end of the ray.
Most of or none of the demos work for me due to scripts being missing. Like the character controller script.
I assume I must write in the FogOfWar texture to remove the spots where I want the fog to be gone. Is that all?
With the Raymarched Void Area, it seems to be better but it still doesn't quite fit to where the character is.
The Fog Void looks like it's drawing a circular shape in 2D (on the final image) and not in 3D because it also affects objects that are higher than my character.
Is there an option to make it 3D? (I would like the character to be the source of the radius) instead of the character's position on the 2D final image.
Check the READMe file. It states you need to import the Standard Assets from the Asset Store (just for the demo scenes).
I have issues with Quest . Fog is not showing.
I am using Unity version 2019.2.12.f1 , Oculus Quest . Shader options are removed. Profile's Default settings were not changed.
We’re investigating the issue but it seems like the Quest is not capable enough to run certain complex (ie. ray marching) shaders.
Dynamic Fog & Mist, which is included in the package, works fine on the Quest though.
May i ask for a refund? and how can i do it, to buy dinamic one coz this one doesnt support lwrp.
Hi! For questions regarding your purchase, please contact us directly by email. Please include your invoice/order number.
Note that in the Volumetric Fog & Mist package, Dynamic Fog & Mist is included, which is compatible with LWRP.
Also we're working on an URP compatible version of Volumetric Fog & Mist.
Upcoming improvements to fog of war painter...