Now you have created and uploaded your build, with the Luna Replay plugin installed, you can create a video set.
A video set is a logical grouping which contains various settings to be applied when creating your Replays.
- Click the app which you wish to edit.
- In the Video Set menu, click "+Video Set".
- Select the settings for your video set (see below for more information).
- When you're ready, click "Save & render".
Within a video set you will configure your captures, video settings and gameplay variables. You can also create screenshots and do some basic editing on the selected capture.
Once you have created a capture in the Unity Editor or on a device, you will be able to select this capture from the drop down list.
Many games use Unity's
SystemLanguage to handle languages in their games. If your game uses system languages, you may select the output languages for the video recording and this will be handled automatically during the Replay.
Luna Replay provides a number of controls and settings for your Videos. You may create multiple groupings in a video which will result in variations of you videos with these settings applied.
For full details about the settings available, please review the Video Settings documentation.
By using the
LunaPlaygroundField attribute, you are able to create multiple video variations by changing any of these visual elements.
When you select multiple values for multiple variables, you will create a set of videos which combines each unique possibility.
Background Colour: Black, White
Text Colour: Red, Blue
Combinations: Black & Red, Black & Blue, White & Red, White & Blue (4 videos)
There may be a situation where you want to define a select group of combinations, and not have unwanted overlaps.
In this case, you may add these variables into a new Creative Suite Group, and enable Linking. In doing this, every variation will be explicitly linked to a single variation of the other variables in the group.
Combinations: Black & White, White & Black (2 videos)
When you have created your video set, name it accordingly and click "Save & render". You will be taken to the rendering queue for your videos, where you can render and download the videos you just created. See here for more information.