A collection of 50 combinable shaders for unity.
Contains tools, interactive scripts and additional features.
Also includes my 2D Interactive Wind asset for free.

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Main Requirement:
- Unity 2018.4 (or higher)

Uber Shaders:
- Standard
- Additive
- Multiplicative
- UI Default
- UI Additive
- 2D Lit URP
- 3D Lit
- 3D Lit URP

Information:
Each Uber Shader contains the same 50 shaders.
Enable, customize and stack shaders however you want.

Performance:
A new Uber Shader material performs the same as the Default Sprite Shader.
Only enabled shaders and features will drain performance.
1. Create a new Material
Rightclick in your Project Window and click on "Create" → "Material".
You may want to create a folder for your materials to keep things organized.

2. Assign a Shader to the Material
Select your new material and look at the Inspector Window.
The shader selection can be found at the top of the material inspector.
For starters select "Sprite Shaders Ultimate" → "Uber" → "Standard Uber".
There are many other shaders for specific use-cases when you need them.

3. Assign the Material to a 2D Object (SpriteRenderer, UI Image, Particle System, ...)
You can assign the material to almost every 2D Object.
Either look for the Material Slot in the object's inspector.
Or drag the material from the Project Window onto the object in the Scene Window.

4. Enable and Customize Effects
Effects can be enabled and combined with each other (in Uber Shaders).
Customize properties in the Material's Inspector.
You should see changes on your 2D Object.


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These feature's can be enabled in the material inspector.
They have no performance impact if they are disabled.

Shader Space:
Let's you switch the space in which shaders operate.
Here are some examples on how to use this feature.
World can be used for world-space transitions.
Object can be used for texture atlases or rigged sprites.
Screen can be used for screen-space transitions and so on ...

Shader Time:
Gives you various options regarding shader animation.
You can change the Time Speed or FPS of shaders.
You can also switch to Wave Time or a Custom Time Value.

Uber Fading:
Let's you simultaneously fade all enabled shaders in various ways.
Performance is not affected by amount of enabled shaders.
Uses Shader Space for Spread and Dissolve Fade.
You can find these in the Shader Utilities section at the top of the material inspector.

Export as PNG:
Let's you apply the material to the texture and export the result.
Will not preserve hdr glow or shader animations in the generated PNG File.
Make sure to have a Texture assigned to the Material or Sprite.

Material Utilities:
Let's you reset, load, clone and create new materials.
Requirements:
- Bloom Post Processing
- HDR

Glowing in UI:
Set the Render Mode of your canvas to Screen Space - Camera.
Requirement:
- Unity 2018.4 (or higher)

Shaders:
- UI Uber
- UI Additive Uber

Setup:
1. Set Shader Space to UI_Element.
2. Input the Width and Height of the RectTransform.

Information:
For Text components enable Is Text in the Bonus section.
For masked elements press [Ctrl] + [S] to update material changes.
Requirements:
- Unity 2019.3 (or higher)
- Universal Render Pipeline

Shader:
- URP Lit Uber

Information:
Expand 2D Lit Settings at the top of the material inspector.
You can change the Normal Map, Normal Intensity and Mask Map.
Supported in the Universal and the Built-In Pipeline.

Built-In Requirement:
- Unity 2018.4 (or higher)

URP Requirements:
- Unity 2019.3 (or higher)
- Universal Render Pipeline

Shaders:
- 3D Lit Uber
- 3D Lit URP Uber

Information:
Expand 3D Lit Settings at the top of the material inspector.
You can change the Normal Map, Normal Intensity, Smoothness, Metallic and Smoothness Map.

Backside Lightning:
The SpriteRenderer is a one-sided mesh.
Therefore the backside will display the same lightning as the frontside.
To have the backside lit separately you can duplicate the sprite,
set the Z scale to -1 and slightly move the duplicate on the Z axis.
Or you could rotate the sprite by setting the X scale to -1 and avoid the backside if your game is 2.5D.

Shaders (can be stacked)

Strong Tint

Replaces the color of the sprite.
Intended for hit or death effects.

Add Color

Adds a color to the sprite.
Intended for hit or glow effects.

Inner Outline

Adds an outline on the inside of the sprite.
Outline can have animated distortion.

Outer Outline

Adds an outline around the sprite.
Outline can have animated distortion.

Brightness

Adjust the brightness of your sprite.

Saturation

Adjust the saturation of your sprite.

Hue

Adjust the hue of your sprite.

Contrast

Adjust the contrast of your sprite.

Recolor

Replace the color and contrast of up to 6 seperate areas.
Areas are defined in another texture as red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple.
Contrast is configured with the alpha of the tint colors.
Intended for color variations of sprites.

Ink Spread

Replaces the color of a spreading area.
Source Position can be in UV, Local or Worldspace.

Add Hue

Adds a hue shifting color to the sprite.

Shift Hue

Animated hue shifting of the sprite.

Black Tint

Changes the color of darker areas in the sprite.

Alpha Tint

Replaces the color of semi transparent pixels.
Intended as a cheap alternative for outlines.

Sine Glow

Adds a color but the intensity fades between two values with a frequency.
Can also be masked using a grayscale texture.

Color Replace

Replaces a target color with a new color.
Tollerances can be configured, no area texture required.

Split Toning

Tint brighter and darker areas with 2 different colors.
Can be used to adjust the color of sprites.

Hologram

Creates a hologram effect with lines, distortion and color replacement.

Frozen

Creates a frozen effect with color replacement and an animated highlight.
Also adds snow to the sprite.

Rainbow

Creates a rainbow effect by hue shift zooming towards a position.

Metal

Creates a metal effect with color replacement and an animated highlight.

Shine

Moves a shining line over the sprite.

Burn

Spreads a burned area over the sprite.

Glitch

Creates an animated glitch effect.

Poison

Creates an animated poison effect.

Camouflage

Creates an 3 color camouflage effect.
Can be animated.

Full Alpha Dissolve

Dissolves the entire sprite with a smooth edge.

Full Glow Dissolve

Dissolves the entire sprite with a glowing edge.

Source Alpha Dissolve

Dissolves the sprite with a smooth edge from a source position.
Source position can be in UV, Local or Worldspace.

Source Glow Dissolve

Dissolves the sprite with a glowing edge from a source position.
Source position can be in UV, Local or Worldspace.

Directional Alpha Fade

Fades the sprite with a smooth edge from a custom direction.

Directional Glow Fade

Fades the sprite with a glowing edge from a custom direction.

Directional Distortion

Fades the sprite with a distorted edge from a custom direction.

Halftone

Fades the sprite with a halftone pattern from a source position.
Source position can be in UV, Local or Worldspace.

Full Distortion

Fades the sprite by uv distorting it.

Custom Fade

Tint Alpha no longer fades the sprite uniformly.
Uses a grayscale texture to define how the sprite fades.

Intended for particle systems.

Smoke

Tint Alpha dissolves the sprite towards the center
Also darkens the edges of the dissolve shape.

Intended for particle systems.

Flame

Generates a flame.
Use a white box as the texture.

Checkerboard

Generates a checkerboard pattern.
Displays the worldspace units.

Intended for level design.

Wind

Bends, squishes and distorts the sprite.
Supports physical interaction and dynamic wind.

Click here for a detailed guide.

Squish

Squishes the sprite by moving the vertices.
Add the InteractiveSquish component to make it physically interactive.
Instructions for setup and demo included in asset.

UV Distort

Distorts the sprite.
Can be smoothly masked with a grayscale texture.

UV Scroll

Scrolls the UV of the sprite.
Can scroll horizontally and vertically at configurable speeds.

UV Rotate

Rotates the UV of the sprite.
Speed and pivot can be configured.

UV Scale

Change the UV scale of your sprite.
Can be used to fix pixel clipping of other uv moving shaders.

Sine Move

Moves the sprite using a sine function.
Configurable offset and frequency for X and Y axis.

Sine Rotate

Rotates the sprite using a sine function.
Configurable angle, frequency and pivot.

Squeeze

Squeezes the sprite by compressing the UV coordinates.

Pixelate

Pixelates the sprite by rounding UV coordinates.
Pixel density can be configured.

Vibrate

Vibrates the sprite by shaking vertices.