100 Best Effects Pack v2.1
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i figured out how to add them to the avatar, just drag the prefab you want onto the body or the armature or wherever you feel like it if you know what your doing, i got it on the avatar and the only issue i had after was figuring out how to create a gesture to turn it on and off, im still lost on that kinda thing. im currently in the process of watching a few more videos and i know how to create the gesture for the custom emote but i have no idea how to make the particle work with said gesture, and i cannot for the life of me find anything on how to do this.2 Reply
To add Prefabs the easiest thing to do would be to find the section of the armature you would like to add the effect to (e.g your hand) . in this case you would go to your armature in unity and find your bone for your hand (most commonly named wrist) right click on it and select "Create Empty" this will create a "Game Object" Doing this will make it easier to turn on for custom animations as you can also add Audio and additional particles to the same game object, so rather than turning on everything individually you can have it all active at the same time.
if you still have issues msg me on Discord Yurukki#2730 and i'll send you a mp4 or walk you through in a call
I have bought it and it was my choice to share it to the public. I don't wanna hear that "this is illegal" and other bullshit.0 Reply
You know that it is illegal ? It's a package from the unity store who cost money, and you make it free on vrcmod :/ it's like selling stealed things0 Reply
In your assets, go to 100 Best Effect Pack> Effects> whatever effect you want and then drag one of the prefabs into the scene. Then, remove the script by going to the right and pressing the gear on the component, which is your script, and then press remove component.0 Reply
is there a tutorial somewhere on how to add these prefabs. any help would be appreciated.
Avatar & Model Installing
All avatars, models, and unity content are available as unity package files. Follow our tutorials below to install, create and do more with these files!