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Separate Publish-Course of colour grading for VFX in Unreal Engine

Hi there guys!

I used to be digging into this topic for some time and didn’t actually discover something about this.

So, is there any approach to separate PP Volumes for VFX and Volumes that have an effect on the atmosphere and and so forth. from one another? Cuz I’m making an attempt to combat the issue of Filmic Tone-Mapper that’s set by default within the engine that eats the “true” srgb colours I decide for stylized VFXes.

On this instance above, I’ve made a check on what occurs if I alter a few parameters in PP Quantity. It provides me the outcomes I would like, however It additionally impacts all the things else that inside this quantity.

So yeah, my query is that if there’s any method I can apply it individually with out affecting colour grading on the remainder of the image. Or does it require digging into some depthstencil masks?

I’m simply making an attempt to get very nice and saturated colours for VFX and UE kinda appears like a ache within the ars about it.

Thanks prematurely for any enter on this!

Sadly I don’t suppose that is potential. You may stencli it out, however I assume this may create every kind of points as you would want to place all of your vfx into CustomDepth stencils, and which may interferre with different issues.
One resolution is likely to be, so as to add some sort of colour correction / gamma correction to all your VFX supplies. That method you’ll be able to counter compensate for what your common submit course of is doing.
An instance of an analogous approach will be discovered right here, counter-compensating EyeAdaption:

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