Using post-processing effects

One of the ways that we can improve the visual quality of our game with little effort is using post-processing effects (previously called Image Effects). Post-processing is the process of applying filters and other effects to what the camera will draw (the image buffer) before it is displayed on the screen.

Unity includes a number of effects in its freely available post-processing stack, so let's go ahead and add it:

  1. Open up the Asset Store again, and search for Post Processing Stack this time:
  1. Select to Download it, and click on the Accept button when it asks you to. Once it's finished, go ahead and import ...

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