- Simulate a camera viewing a bright light and exaggerate its glow (bloom).
- Enhance an environment's appearance to create a specific mood through hue (color correction).
- Render a halo of light that moves with the sun (sun rays).
When you add them to the Camera, they just display to an individual player. This is useful for effects that should only pertain to a single player based on their actions, such as player feedback.
Navigate to the Explorer window.
Depending on your Studio settings, some effects may not appear. To increase your quality level:
- In the menu bar, navigate to File. A pop-up window displays.
- Select Studio Settings. The Roblox Studio pop-up window displays.
- In the vertical navigation, select Rendering, then the Editor Quality Level dropdown menu.
- Set it to the highest level.
The BloomEffect object exaggerates any lights within your experience by simulating a camera viewing a bright light. When this effect has a high value, any parts with light colors glow.
The BlurEffect object applies a gaussian blur to the entirety of your experience.
You can use this effect to blur your experience when a player has a menu open, allowing them to focus on the most important details.
The ColorCorrectionEffect object adjusts color properties to enhance an environment's appearance. You can also use this effect to provide player feedback.
The following list describes all the color correction properties:
- Brightness – Sets the brightness of pixels.
- Contrast – Sets the change in separation between dark and light colors.
- Enabled – Toggles whether or not color correction occurs.
- Saturation – Sets the intensity of colors.
- TintColor – Determines how much the RGB channels of pixels scale.
The DepthOfFieldEffect object blurs parts of your experience that aren't in focus. You can use this effect to blur distant objects or to focus a player on specific parts of your experience, such as an item in a shop.
The SunRaysEffect object creates a halo of light with rays around the sun that move based on the ClockTime or TimeOfDay property. Objects between the player's camera and the sun shape this effect, allowing for realistic visuals of light and shadow.