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Found in

2020.3

2021.1

2021.1.19f1

2021.2

2022.1

Issue ID

1365395

Regression

Yes

Webgl Player renders transparent images when using Graphics.blit with a material

WebGL

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How to repro:
1. Open users' attached “SubmitBug.zip” project
2. Open “SampleScene” Scene
3. Switch Build Platform to WebGL and then “Build And Run”

Expected result: 3 squares appear on the screen
Actual result: Only 1 square appears other are invisible

Reproducible with: 2020.3.0f1, 2020.3.23f1, 2021.1.28f1, 2021.2.3f1, 2022.1.0a16
Not reproducible with: 2019.4.31f1

Notes:
- Not reproducible on Mac WebGL Player, all 3 squares show up
- The expected result can be seen in the Editor in Play Mode

  1. Response avatar

    Resolution Note:

    Graphics.Blit draws a quad using the provided shader. Because the depth buffer of the render texture can contain arbitrary values (uninitialized in this case), shaders used for Graphics.Blit should disable depth testing by adding "ZTest Always" to the shader. This is true for any shader used as a post process effect.

    In the given example, Unlit/Texture does not pass the ZTest. You can use the default Graphics.Blit shader by not including the Material in your call to Graphics.Blit(StartTexture, rt). Or use a custom shader which includes "ZTest Always".

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