January 18, 2017 | 3 comments
This is just the test scene I made for my OBS tutorial, available here:
It's based on the official gem shader example, available here:
You can view this scene in action here:
Or download a standalone build to see for yourself or the entire Unity project if you so wish. In the project I've had to remove a few commercial assets, but you can see which in the included readme-file.
Project linkUnity 5.4.4:
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1.0.1 - January 18, 2017
- Removed some hidden Visual Studio files from the project folder.
- Added information about the official gem shader project to the readme-file.
- Initial release.
There are no known issues or planned features at this time. If you've encountered a bug or have suggestions for additional features feel free to leave a comment and let me know.
Gems,this is just test sense and effective process I ever seen and generating about tutorial available here essay help you find here more. Thanks for giving us about standlone scene in action here commercial assets.
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