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Making a surface transparent from blackness of texture
I am making a "halo" shader in unity using GLSL. And I've come to a roadblock. What I need to do is take a texture, like the following, and make it transparent according to the darkness of it. And I ...
Jun 9 '12 at 16:28
Dan the Man
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