Unity HDRP and Visual Effects Graph

#1

Hi there,

I’m working on some experiments with Unity’s HDRP and visual effects graph features in Unity 2019.1.0b3 and I’m seeing some strange behavior with the Unity preview window. Some things I’ve noticed so far are that the preview window seems to show whatever camera in the scene is highlighted in the hierarchy even if that camera is not active. Additionally the window is rendering off to the bottom left with some strange boxes. My main quest though is to get the unity VFx Graph examples working in full 3D on the display. Has anyone else tried this or have any thoughts?

#2

Same Bug HERE …

it’s looking glass is compatible with HDRP ?

#3

Wow. No response in 2 months? This is my first visit to the forums. I hope this isn’t representative of the level of support I’m going to get.

#4

I too am playing with the new VFX Graph. If being restricted to unlit output is not too onerous then it is possible to use the new particle system with the legacy rendering pipeline. Change the setting in Project Settings/Visual Effects Graph to point to “Legacy” instead of “HDRP”

#5

Hi everyone in the thread, unfortunately we don’t support Unity HDRP. Please understand we are a small team and cannot possibly support every single tool in the world.

But we do have the Unreal SDK that’s releasing soon, sign up for closed beta here.

#6

Luckily we’re not asking you to support “every tool in the world”.

There’s only two widely used 3D Engines. We’re just asking that you stay reasonably up to date with support for both of them! The non-SRP rendering pipeline in Unity is called “Legacy” for a reason. Surely you’ll need to support SRPs eventually?

#7

Hi Andy,

Can’t give you an exact date on this but the next release version of the Unity SDK will support the Lightweight Render Pipeline, which confers a substantial performance benefit.