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27th September, 2018 at 27/09/2018 08:08:41 -

Hi guys! I'm currently working on a game on ClickTeam Fusion 2.5 and it had shadows that had a blur shader on them to make them look more nice and natural, but I recently reinstalled windows and forgot to backup my shaders, I searched online for the shader and never found it, I found one by complex-softwares but it looks really blocky and generally worse than the one I had before.

here is a bit of information that might help: It was simply called blur and it came in a bundle of shaders in a folder called other. and it would only blur the active object it was applied onto

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27th September, 2018 at 27/09/2018 18:04:00 -

I don't have that shader, but you could simply bake the blur into the object by blurring it in photoshop or gimp.

I try to only use shaders for things that I can't do any other way for performance reasons.

 
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28th September, 2018 at 28/09/2018 00:51:32 -


Originally Posted by UrbanMonk
I don't have that shader, but you could simply bake the blur into the object by blurring it in photoshop or gimp.

I try to only use shaders for things that I can't do any other way for performance reasons.



I never thought of doing that! I used gimp to blur the shadows and it now looks even better! I personally didn't see any performance benefits, but I believe It will make it run better on older pcs

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You're an older PC!
Practically all graphic chipsets and cards support shaders. There was a time back in good ol' 2002 when shader support was solely the realm of moderate-to-high end graphics cards, but if somebody's trying to play your game on a computer from before 2002, they should stop. They should just stop it.

 
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