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Custom Shader Code in Unreal Engine — Part 2: Modularization

Intro

This is the second installment of the UE4 custom shader development series, where we have a look at how to use custom shader code in your materials, as well as build and reference a resuable codebase. In the first part we discussed setting up the environment to house our shaders in a plugin.

Preface

Custom shader code will be embedded in larger framework, autogenerated by Unreal Engine’s shader compiler. The way this is presented to the user of the engine’s…

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