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Post Process Effects


Post processing allows different effects to be performed on the scene after it has been rendered, but before outputting it to the viewport. The post process framework in Unreal Engine 3 allows for artist-configurable post process effects, through groupings of post process elements forming an overall effect. Examples of elements and effects include bloom (HDR blooming effect on bright objects), depth of field, motion blur, ambient occlusion, and material effects, which are custom materials run on the final scene image.

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