The Lens Flare effect is an image-based technique that simulates the scattering of light when viewing bright objects due to imperfections in camera lenses.
Tints the color of the entire lens flare effect.
Defines the minimum brightness of pixels that contribute to the lens flare. Higher thresholds keep content that is too dark too see from being blurred, improving performance as the fill rate cost increases linearly with the amount of pixels passing the threshold.
Scales the radius of the Bokeh shape. Possible uses: tweak image based lens flare look and performance (2x radius -> 4x more fill rate).
The texture to use to define the shape of the lens flares.
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Tints the color of each individual lens flare.
Brightness scale of the image cased lens flares (linear).