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Post Processing Reflection does not show in the final scene

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  • #31210
    Avatardibeholder
    Newbie

    Hey I have been trying to apply post processing effect screen space reflection to my scene but when for some reason it doesn’t load in the final scene. It does show in the live preview window when applying on the puzzle page but once i save it and view it in the final scene, it doesn’t appear. Could you please help me with it.

    Below is the link to a scene i have setup for testing purpose

    https://cdn.soft8soft.com/AROAJSY2GOEHMOFUVPIOE:2ad4dda06e/applications/tuscany-v0.7/tuscany-v0.7.html

    Thank You :)

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    #31219
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    Hi,

    if you run the application via the App Manager rather from Verge3D Network, does it show up?

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    #31232
    Avatardibeholder
    Newbie

    I just checked on chrome and it seems to be working fine was using edge before. Also works fine on safari. Could it be cuz that it doesn’t support microsoft edge?

    #31241
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    it doesn’t support microsoft edge?

    try to update your Windows system for the latest MS Edge browser. It is now just rebranded Chrome.

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    #31247
    Avatardibeholder
    Newbie

    I am using Mac OS, will try to update edge on it. Thanks :)

    #31256

    Hi dibeholder,

    This happens because you set the ssr resolution multiplier to 10 in the puzzle. That means that the ssr effect needs a buffer 10 times larger than the viewport size. WebGL has limits on the maximum resolution that you can use, and it simply won’t work if you exceed the limit.

    That’s why it works in in the puzzle editor where you have a smaller viewport and doesn’t work in the final scene where it’s almost fullscreen. I’d recommend to set the resolution to 1 and increase it only if the quality of reflections is not satisfactory.

    ssr_resolution.png

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    #31338
    Avatardibeholder
    Newbie

    I’d recommend to set the resolution to 1 and increase it only if the quality of reflections is not satisfactory.
    ssr_resolution.png

    Thanks, I will try this.

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