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Landscape Tool
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UUSL (Unified UNIGINE Shader Language)
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Migrating to UNIGINE

This section covers the basic aspects of transferring your experience with other engines to UNIGINE.

When you decide to switch to a more advanced technology there are a lot of issues that might give you some second thoughts or sometimes even prevent you from doing so. Misunderstandings and lack of information may lead to a wrong conclusion, that certain technology is difficult or impossible to use. That's why we created this section and will further extend it in the future.

Please consider our hardware requirements.

Below are the typical scenarios of migration to UNIGINE:

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