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Explore the Camera Component
How does Cinemachine work?
Set up a Virtual Camera using Cinemachine
Change the Cinemachine Virtual Camera Component Settings
Add Post-Processing Effects
Create a Post-Processing Layer
Improve Image Quality with Anti-aliasing
Create a Post-Processing Volume
Add the Color Grading Effect
Add the Bloom Effect
Add the Ambient Occlusion Effect
Add the Vignette Effect
Add the Lens Distortion Effect
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John Lemon's Haunted Jaunt: 3D Beginner
Now that you’ve created a player character and environment, it’s time to think about the camera for your game.
In this tutorial, you’ll:
Explore the Camera component in Unity
Set up a virtual camera using Cinemachine
Add a range of different post-processing effects
Once you’ve completed this tutorial, your camera will be set up to make the game as visually interesting for players as possible.
Recommended Unity versions
2018.3 - 2019.1
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