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What is HDR?0:00 with Nick Pettit
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, which is a technique for reproducing a greater range of brightness values than a typical computer screen can display. In the real world, our eyes as well as cameras can adjust when we go from the bright outdoors lit by the sun to a dimly lit interior. The same is true for cameras in Unity that use HDR.
- High Dynamic Range Rendering - This section of the Unity Manual details how HDR rendering works in Unity.
- Cameras in Unity - Project Files - This is a zip file that contains the Unity project for this course. Download the file, unzip it, and then in your file browser (Finder on OS X and Exporer on Windows) navigate to Cameras in Unity > Assets > _Scenes. Finally, choose the scene you'd like to open.
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