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DRAG n DROP EXR Sequences to Create Realistic Fog in Unreal Engine 5

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to use EXR sequences in Unreal Engine 5 to create realistic fog effects for your scenes. EXR sequences are image files that contain high dynamic range data that can be used to simulate lighting, shadows, reflections, and other effects. By dragging and dropping EXR sequences into Unreal Engine 5, you can easily create stunning fog effects that enhance the atmosphere and realism of your scenes.

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to create amazing fog effects with EXR sequences in Unreal Engine 5.

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0:00 What up what up
0:19 Free Fog Overlays
0:40 Setting Fog EXR
2:15 Importing EXR into Unreal Engine
3:55 Add To Sequencer

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