MixCast SDK for Unreal
If your experience treats its final render as an additive layer regardless of the values your materials write to the alpha channel (ex: an AR experience), you can now enable the “Force Additive Blending” checkbox in your Project’s MixCast settings to have MixCast blend the digital foreground with the physical scene using additive blending (ignoring alpha) as well.
The MixCast SDK for Unreal now provides more control over which actors are rendered to the user’s view and to the MixCast cameras. Since MixCast Cameras can take a number of forms (first-person/third-person, virtual/mixed reality, etc), additional filtering is offered for even more specificity. Check out the documentation page on this feature for more details!
Unreal SDK now supports capturing from multiple cameras as well as rendering at 1080p+ resolution regardless of monitor dimensions, bringing it in line with the Unity SDK.
Your experience can now send events to and receive commands from the MixCast Client to power advanced recording functionality and tailor experiences for demonstration or location-based usage. Contact us if you’re interested in learning more about MixCast Moments!
MixCast SDK for Unreal now available!