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X-Ray

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Credits: ATI, Digital Slaves, u7angel

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Simple X_Ray shader

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X_Ray.zip
20.06.18 [16:45 UTC] by u7angel | 172 downloads
with texture input
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X_Ray.7z
08.02.18 [19:34 UTC] by u7angel | 138 downloads
DX11 + DX9
X_Ray.zip
01.08.10 [16:55 UTC] by u7angel | 817 downloads

pankao 26/08/2018 - 16:29

Hey man thank for this!
Just cannot get the effect working when i istantiate it from scratch though - it works in your help patch, but even when i clone it (via CTRL+D) in the same patch, the Layout Output node says 0 and I cannot see the rendered geometry anymore..
Does anyone else have this issue?

u7angel 28/08/2018 - 08:18

i can not reproduce this, drag drop dx11 version as dx11 effect works in latest beta, ctrl-d works in latest beta. just tested both cases.

so now i have to start with wild guesses..

  • incomplete vvvv installation - check setup.exe
  • broken unzip , try unzipping with winrar or 7-zip
  • system language can not cope with underscore ?
  • some fancy chars in the hlsl shader code ?

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