Simul Support ExchangeCategory: Sky and LightingWhat Unity + TS versions actually work?
Thomas Liberty asked 4 months ago

Which combo of Unity and Truesky version where a cloud + ocean cam be created will work? the only version of Unity not tried is 2021, all other versions have not worked.
also, Is Slack Support still active, Or is this the new support forum?

11 Answers
Wayne Littler Staff answered 3 months ago

Hi Thomas,

Have you tried our latest plugins for Unity?

Thomas Liberty replied 3 months ago

Hi Wayne, WHICH unity version? I’m trying to work with LTS because I have many Asset Store purchases I need to work with Truesky. You realize how long it takes managing 3 versions of unity, starting a new project, making all the correct settings, THEN importing Truesky just to find out it’snot working. also there are still no Unity specific tutorials.
Please outline the steps of: DX11 or 12? URP or HDRP, player settings, which Unity version + Truesky version and how to get ocean and sky working together. pc, nvidia GTX 1070 ~ thanks

Thomas Liberty answered 3 months ago

2020.3.14 and TrueSky tsfail100

Wayne Littler Staff answered 3 months ago

I’ve tested the with 2020.3.15f2 (LTS) along with the latest trueSKY plugin available for download on our website (4.3.7905f87e6). I am not hitting any issues.

Wayne Littler Staff answered 3 months ago

Thomas Liberty replied 3 months ago

is the grey part the ocean? Started the new project HDRP 2020.3.15f2 + trueSKY-Unity2020-4.3.7905f87e6-x64
found the “TestLevelHDRP” is there suppose to be a demo scene somewhere?
“1: Open up a project, this can either be a new project or use the provided sample project located at /Simul/Plugins/Unity/Project5.”

Thomas Liberty replied 3 months ago

After a year of no answers or help, that image is really underwhelming and there is still no ocean. I’m starting to feel taken advantage of and lied to.

Thomas Liberty answered 3 months ago

please provide a working Unity HDRP demo scene that is worthy of all the claims simul makes: “trueSKYâ„¢ – The Leading Cloud, Atmosphere and Weather Tool Kit”
something like this is a good start.