⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ MK Glow Lite – Published By Michael Kremmel

MK Glow Lite is an artist-friendly and feature-rich post-processing effect, which simulates bright surface scattering of light. This shader is compatible …

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Bloom, Shader, lens, glow, fullscreen, Mobile, dirt

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MK Glow Lite is an artist-friendly and feature-rich post-processing effect, which simulates bright surface scattering of light. This shader is compatible …

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Asset Title: MK Glow Lite

Publisher: Michael Kremmel

Category: vfx, shaders, fullscreen-camera-effects

More Details about this asset:

MK Glow Lite is an artist-friendly and feature-rich post-processing effect, which simulates bright surface scattering of light. This shader is compatible with the Built-in and Universal Render Pipelines.


⤴️NEW! : Install Wizard

⤴️NEW! : URP Support

⤴️NEW! : Antiflicker Filter improvements

⤴️NEW! : Performance improvements


Need more features? Check out the enhanced version: MK Glow

You are able to upgrade to the enhanced version at any time.


Demo (Ultimate Version): Web GL Windows Zip (HQ) Android

Follow development: Trello


MK Glow Lite is based on advanced AAA rendering techniques to provide a substantial visual quality, incredible flexibility and fast rendering – all combined in an easy to use adaptive workflow . The effect automatically scales the settings, based on the active graphics API down to Shader Model 2, which allows the rendering to be used on nearly every device out there. The package also includes advanced built-in shaders, to bring the effect to screen & world spaced UI’s and Sprites. Additionally it features a resolution independent scattering , which makes your scenes appear the same on different resolutions.


Do you have some cool stuff to show?

I would love to see your results (high resolution screenshots / videos) using the shader. Just drop me a message.


Questions, bug reports, feature requests, feedback or just to say hello:

Feel free to get in touch via support@michaelkremmel.de.

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