Join Alan Thorn for an in-depth discussion in this video PBR materials, part of Cert Prep: Unity Materials, Lighting, and Effects.
- [Instructor] In this movie we're going to consider…PBR, known as physically based rendering.…The basic idea is that if you want to create…realistic looking materials, materials that seem to…simulate real world objects, then you'll want…to use a PBR workflow.…This is sometimes called PBS to mean…physically based shading, but whether we're talking about…physically based rendering or physically based shading,…we're talking about the same thing.…And it's about, basically, how can we create materials…that are going to look realistic.…
Now, Unity by default, gives us the standard shader…that we've seen already when creating materials.…This dedicated shader allows us to create materials…within very narrow creation parameters,…but by narrowing down our freedom of creation…in this way, it ensures that all the materials we produce…are as close as possible to real world approximations…and will look good and realistic…under many different lighting conditions,…day or night, evening or afternoon,…morning, dawn, or sunset, it doesn't really matter.…
- Creating materials
- Textures and mapping
- PBR materials
- Tiling and offsets
- Texture animation
- Getting started with lighting
- Light baking
- Dynamic and emissive lighting
- Creating profiles
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2. In-Depth Materials
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