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SHADERSOURCE - Tropical Ocean Tool

SHADERSOURCE - 材质 - 2017/03/22

A water shader with crashing waves around islands and underwater effects.

  • 支持的平台
  • 支持的引擎版本
    4.16 - 4.27, 5.0 - 5.3
  • 下载类型
    资源包
    此产品包含各种虚幻引擎资源,可以选择性导入现有的项目。

***Monthly Unreal Engine Sponsored Content product for April 2020***


An easy to use Tropical Ocean Blueprint that has crashing waves that flow up onto the shoreline. Includes caustics, simple water motion and underwater effects.


  1. Drop the BP_WaterShader into your level scale to the size you wish.
  2. Toggle the spawning waves feature, add your islands and trace your islands with the splines.
  3. Sit back and watch as your beach comes to life with waves!


Current Videos

Quick-Guide:


Legacy Videos

Placing The Ocean Tool:

Remove Water From Interiors:

Shoreline Wetness Function:


Other related SHADERSOURCE assets:


See all SHADERSOURCE products here.


***NOTE: Enable "Generate Mesh Distance Fields" under Lighting within your Project Settings -> Render Settings. Otherwise the water shader will not display correctly.***

技术细节

PLAYABLE DEMO

DOCUMENTATION

SHADERSOURCE DISCORD


[22 Mar 2022] Version 2.3 (Engine 4.26+)

  • Added waterline support for underwater effect
  • Distance fields are no longer required and defaulted off in favor for landscape height texture (can still use distance field solution)
  • Height lerp added to foam for more realistic transitions
  • Tessellation removed completely in favor for new system that uses LODs
  • Works on Unreal Engine 5
  • Distance swap on textures with close to camera for better scaling of water
  • Slight overhaul of ocean shader


FULL CHANGELOG


Features:

  • Bring your beach scene to life with the Tropical Ocean Shader!
  • Toggle waves on and off with easy spline system to trace beaches and determine direction of waves
  • Automatic tracing of islands with splines or option for adding a new wave spawner spline that can be modified manually
  • Underwater post-processing effects and caustics


Number of Blueprints: 5 (plus tutorial Blueprints in 4.23-4.27)