URP Renderer Feature
A Renderer Feature is an asset that lets you add extra Render passes to a URP Renderer and configure their behavior.
URP contains the pre-built Renderer Feature called Render Objects.
For information on how to add a Renderer Feature to a Renderer, see the page How to add a Renderer Feature to a Renderer.
Render Objects Renderer Feature
The Render Objects Renderer Feature contains the following properties.
See also: How to use the Render Objects Renderer Feature.
|Name||Use this field to edit the name of the feature.|
|Event||The event in the URP queue when Unity executes this Renderer Feature.|
|Filters||Settings that let you configure which objects this Renderer Feature renders.|
|Queue||Select whether the feature renders opaque or transparent objects.|
|Layer Mask||The Renderer Feature renders objects from layers you select in this property.|
|Pass Names||If a Pass in a shader has the
|Overrides||Settings in this section let you configure overrides for certain properties when rendering with this Renderer Feature.|
|Material||When rendering an object, Unity replaces the Material assigned to it with this Material.|
|Depth||Selecting this option lets you specify how this Renderer Feature affects or uses the Depth buffer. This option contains the following items:
Write Depth: this option defines whether the Renderer Feature updates the Depth buffer when rendering objects.
Depth Test: the condition which determines when this Renderer Feature renders pixels of a given object.
|Stencil||With this check box selected, the Renderer processes the Stencil buffer values.
For more information on how Unity works with the Stencil buffer, see ShaderLab: Stencil.
|Camera||Selecting this option lets you override the following Camera properties:
Field of View: when rendering objects, the Renderer Feature uses this Field of View instead of the value specified on the Camera.
Position Offset: when rendering objects, the Renderer Feature moves them by this offset.
Restore: with this option selected, the Renderer Feature restores the original Camera matrices after executing the render passes in this Renderer Feature.