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Unreal Engine: Niagara Basics Training

Realistic visual effects through particle effects

This one-day hands-on workshop teaches the basics of particle effects using Unreal Engine’s Niagara particle system.

The Niagara VFX system of Unreal Engine is a tool to realize visual effects. Breathtaking particle effects, realistic environment effects and interactive particle simulations can be realized with Niagara. The goal of the seminar is to teach the essential workflows to create VFX effects on your own.

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Content Niagara VFX System Basics Training

  • Cascade vs Niagara
  • Overview of Niagara Tools
  • Niagara terminology (modules, emitters, systems)
  • Inheritance (Overrides, Dynamic Inputs, Expressions)
  • HLSL functions in Niagara
  • Events
  • Interfaces
  • Houdini export to Niagara
  • Camera and Occlusion Queries

We also train at your place!

We also conduct this Niagara VFX System Basics training at your company as an individualized Niagara VFX System Basics company training.

Target audience Niagara VFX System Basics Training

Designers, Digital Artists, 3D Artists, Constructors, VFX Artists, Houdini Artists

Prerequisite Niagara VFX System Basics Training

Good basic knowledge of Unreal Engine is necessary, at best you have already attended the basic seminar.

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