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Emmisive materials not showing? (while playtesting in editor)

Hi, thanks for your help! :D

Emmisive materials don't seem to render properly when I test things out in the editor / launch the game. They are emmisive, though, and they are shown to be glowing when they're applied to a material anywhere else.

What setting could be causing this?

Thanks!

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asked Mar 15 '15 at 08:44 PM in Rendering

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avatar image mindfane Mar 16 '15 at 03:30 AM

can you show us your material?

avatar image jfaztk Mar 16 '15 at 03:55 AM

I'm not at home right now, so I can't at the moment, but I tried with various materials.

avatar image jfaztk Mar 17 '15 at 08:15 PM

It happens with every emmisive material. I migrated some from the Content Examples that work fine if I render them in the content examples project, but the emission doesn't work in my game. Are there any files I could upload here that could help you guys help me? (XD)

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Hey paragonx9,

If you are attempting to get the emissive property of your material really bright you need to multiply it by a constant value. Try this approach to see if you can get your emissive to shine a bit brighter!

Basic Emissive alt text

Multiplied Emissive alt text

Let me know if this worked for you, or if you need some more assistance.

Cheers,

Andrew Hurley

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answered Mar 17 '15 at 10:15 PM

avatar image jfaztk Mar 17 '15 at 10:20 PM

I already did this, thanks. The glow doesn't show at all

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