Author Topic: How to deal with Post-processing?  (Read 856 times)


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How to deal with Post-processing?
« on: February 14, 2020, 07:22:36 AM »
There's a warning about beautify being found on the camera. So to use it I have to move it to the XFrameCameraInstanced right?
I'm currently using the Post-Processing Stack version of beautify among the standard PPS effects, but also I use my custom fullscreen displacement effect. Do I have to move all these effects to the new camera?


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Re: How to deal with Post-processing?
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2020, 08:31:42 AM »
You can use Beautify on any of the cameras. It's a matter of quality or artifacting. Some camera effects will look worse when executing on the main camera because the frame buffer is downscaled, then upscaled. Moving the effect to the XFrameCameraInstanced will make the effect run on the full/upscaled buffer.
Note that the effect will run a lot faster when left on the main camera due to the reduced size, so it's a matter of checking if the effect looks fine using it on the main camera (then, this is the best solution) or moving it to the XFrameCameraInstanced camera.