Quickly and easily stitch multiple terrains together with this editor script. Simply set up your terrain grid, click “Stitch”, and you’re done! Saves hours of time and frustration. Even terrains that differ substantially will typically show no visible seams. (See Fractscape for a fun, fast way to create landscapes.) Get Stitchscape now
You can drag the terrains you want onto the appropriate slots in the Stitchscape window, or use the “Autofill from scene” button to populate the slots automatically. The “Stitch width” slider controls the width of the band of terrain that gets stitched, and the “Blend strength” slider controls detail.
Stitchscape can also tile a single terrain with itself, so you can repeat it infinitely.
Stitchscape alters the terrains themselves (undo support is included), but use of Terrain.SetNeighbors is still required in order for terrain LOD to match up. Also, all terrains must have the same Y value.
Click “before” and “after” to see the actual results of stitching four different terrains in Unity:
Stitchscape requires Unity 3.5 (and works with all later versions including Unity 5). Several licenses are available to suit your needs, starting at US$4.95. Source code is included, works on any platform.
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