An outline post-processing effect is a visual technique used in computer graphics and image processing to emphasize the edges of objects in an image by adding a distinct border or outline around them. This effect is commonly used for various purposes, such as highlighting important elements, enhancing visual clarity, or creating a stylized or cartoon-like appearance.
How the original image and the effect are blended together, in most cases it does not make sense to deviate from the default value.
Whether the outline should be blurred.
Whether occluded parts of selected objects should be visible.
The edge strength.
The number of samples used for multisample antialiasing. Requires WebGL 2.
The pulse speed. A value of zero disables the pulse effect.
The color of visible edges.
The color of hidden edges.
The size of the blur kernel (if