How do I combine segmentation and the baseball cap filters together?

  • hi norimous
    to combine  2 templates you can export one of them buy selecting all and right click and export it 

    and in second  template right click on object panel and select import 
    then a window will open . and select the exported 
    And Voila

    try it and if you need any more help Just let us know


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  • Thanks for the help, but when I exported the SegmentationController script to the baseball cap script, it didn't show up. Here's the error it showed:

    14:39:28.580 [Scenarium] TypeError: cannot write property 'enabled' of null
    at update (Scripts/SegmentationController.js:72) preventsyield

    I exported it via importing it to the objects and resources panel, but other than that I don't know what error I did like if I missed a second step? Thanks again.

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  • hi norimous
    Based on the error some thing was selected in script is missing
    Check wat was that in the original tomplate .
    And remamber sometimes only the controller is not enough you need to export with it other objects from the object panel

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  • Hey norimous

    It worked for me by copying all the elements from one template to the other. Then just delete the parts you dont need. Hopefully this helps :D




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  • Yo norimous you can easily do this without the script, just by masking out the orthographic camera!  All you need to do is push the (+) button in the objects panel and add a screen image.  Then, in the resources panel, in the bottom left, push the (+) button and add a "Segmentation Texture," and select "Portrait Background."  Then, push the "orthographic camera" in the objects panel and select the "Segmentation Texture" as the "Mask Texture" of that camera.

    If done correctly, your screen should look like this,



    To change what the background looks like, you can just change the texture of the screen image.

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