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*[http://forum.unity3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=2150 Built In Shaders] - Here you can get the sourcecode for all the shaders that are built into Unity... to work or learn from ('''Note''': must log-in to the forum to see and download the file).
 
*[http://forum.unity3d.com/viewtopic.php?t=2150 Built In Shaders] - Here you can get the sourcecode for all the shaders that are built into Unity... to work or learn from ('''Note''': must log-in to the forum to see and download the file).
  
== User Created Shaders ==
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== Unity 2.x Shaders ==
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== Unity 1.x Shaders ==
  
 
*[[AlphaDiffuseZ]] - Same as Unity Alpha Diffuse but with different Z buffering. Useful for interior (reversed normal) scenes that have alpha objects.
 
*[[AlphaDiffuseZ]] - Same as Unity Alpha Diffuse but with different Z buffering. Useful for interior (reversed normal) scenes that have alpha objects.

Revision as of 04:07, 11 October 2007

Official Shaders

  • Built In Shaders - Here you can get the sourcecode for all the shaders that are built into Unity... to work or learn from (Note: must log-in to the forum to see and download the file).

Unity 2.x Shaders

Unity 1.x Shaders

  • AlphaDiffuseZ - Same as Unity Alpha Diffuse but with different Z buffering. Useful for interior (reversed normal) scenes that have alpha objects.
  • AlphaSelfIllum - Textures object which is unaffected by light.
  • AlphaVertexColor - A transparent vertex lit shader that takes per-vertex colors into account.
  • Anisotropic - A classical anisotropic lighting.
  • BakedLightingDetailTexture - A main+detail texture shader with precomputed per-vertex lighting.
  • BakedVertexColorLighting - Like lightmapping only the lighting is precomputed in the vertex colors
  • BlendedDecal - Suitable for superimposing alpha-masked textured markings onto the same plane as another surface.
  • BlendedFlatColor - Colors a transparent object, good for HUD objects.
  • BumpSpecModulate - Bump mapped shader that modulates between original texture color and "alpha color" based on alpha of main texture.
  • Decal2UVs - Just like builtin Decal, just uses two UV sets.
  • DepthMask - Masks areas with the depth buffer to cut holes in subsequent objects.
  • DesaturatedDarks - Non-lit areas are desaturated; lights "saturate" the colors.
  • LayerShader - A terrain shader that mixes two tileable textures.
  • MirrorReflection - A shader and script to make reflective mirrors.
  • MirrorReflectionLightmapped - A shader and script to make reflective mirrors with a lightmap.
  • ProjectorAdditive - A shader for the projector component that does an additive/screen effect as opposed to multiply.
  • Refraction - A fake refraction shader.
  • Reveal Non-Uniform Texture - A shader for revealing a texture using another texture. Useful for non-rectilinear loading / progress bars.
  • SimpleAdditive - Colors a object with a single additive color.
  • SkinShader - A wrapped-diffuse plus specular plus rim righting shader. Good for skin shading!
  • SkyboxBlended - A skybox that blends between two sets of skybox textures.
  • TerrainFourLayer - A terrain shader that mixes four tileable textures.
  • TerrainTwoLayerBumped - A terrain shader that mixes two tileable textures, plus a bumpmap.
  • TextureAdditive - Colors a object with a additive texture.
  • TexturedFont - Use this shader in place of the built in Text Shader for multicolored fonts instead of solid colored ones.
  • UnlitAlpha - A non-backface culled, unilluminated, alpha tested shader which is suitable for sprites.
  • VegetationTwoPass - Great vegetation shader, renders opaque and then renders semitransparent.
  • VegetationVertexLit - Vertex-lit shader with no culling that is ideal for vegetation and other two sided polygon models.
  • Velvet - Velvet / Rim light shader
  • WindowShader - Suitable for windows (the glass things in houses, not the darn Seattle company.)
  • VertexColor - A vertex lit shader that takes per-vertex colors into account.
  • VertexColorParallaxBump - Like the builtin Diffuse Parallax Bump, only takes vertex color into account as well.
  • XRay - Additive X-Ray shader.
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