Image Warp Shader

It warpes the projected image using three noise textures.

Apply to a colorRect or MeshInstance2D. 

 

If you have any ideas on how to make the shader better, let me know.

Shader code
//shader is really unoptimised and not made by someone who knows much about shaders, 
//but someone who makes stuff that poorly work, if at all. 

shader_type canvas_item;
uniform sampler2D SCREEN_TEXTURE : hint_screen_texture, filter_linear_mipmap;
uniform sampler2D noise_1;
uniform sampler2D noise_2;
uniform sampler2D noise_3;
uniform float strenght = 0.85;
uniform float speed = 5.0;


void fragment() {
	
	
	float noiseValue = 0.0;
	
	float time = (TIME - floor(TIME)) * speed;
	time = time - float(int(time));
	
	if (time < 0.33){
	noiseValue = texture(noise_1, UV).r;
	}
	else if (time > 0.33 && time < 0.66){
	noiseValue = texture(noise_2, UV).r;
	}
	else{
	noiseValue = texture(noise_3, UV).r;
	}
	
	
	// glsl -> godot shader

	vec2 iResolution = 1.0 / SCREEN_PIXEL_SIZE;
	vec4 fragCoord = FRAGCOORD;
	vec2 p = fragCoord.xy / iResolution.x;
	float prop = iResolution.x / iResolution.y;
	vec2 m = vec2(0.5, 0.5 / prop);
	vec2 d = p - m;
	float r = sqrt(dot(d, d)); 
	
	
	
	vec2 uv;
	uv = p + noiseValue / (100.0 / strenght);
	uv.y *= prop;
	
	vec3 col = texture(SCREEN_TEXTURE, uv).rgb;
	
	COLOR = vec4(col, 1.0);
}
Tags
Warp Noise Canvas Item
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ColorauGuiyino
5 months ago

I don’t really know what you mean with “make the shader better”, but…
at lines 18 and 19, can’t you simply use fract(TIME)?
and the next if-else statements… can’t you combine 2 mix with step?
like: mix1= mix(noise_1, noise_2, step(0.33, time))
and then mix(mix1, noise_3, step(0.66, time))
this is because the people always says that you must avoid “ifs” in shaders. I don’t really know if it’s better or not in terms of performance to be honest.

Jake
Jake
4 months ago

Error: Redefenition of ‘SCREEN_TEXTURE’