Can't import SegmentationController

  • After importing the script, you’ll need to select inputs for all the script properties.

    You can refer back to the original project to know what exactly everything is that you need to have in your own project.

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  • Thanks for the reply, but it's still missing something, assuming that this can be done with "import object".  I set up the Segmentation template with my background. I export "orthographic camera masked", "orthographic camera", "camera masked", and "segmentation controller" script.  In a new project I import all the above and my background. All the inputs I can see in Inspector for the script are the same as in the template when I had it working with my background.  Not only is my background not displayed, but when the orthographic camera masked is checked in the Objects panel I lose the preview image.  Unchecked it restores the preview. 

    Lacking being able to import the segmentation script, is there another way of installing a custom background?


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  • For the imported elements I would double check render targets and layers; I'm not sure how everything is set up in the template.

    If you want to do your own background replacement, you can use the portrait background or body segmentation textures. Depending on what your scene includes there are different ways of setting that up.


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