The error 'unity urp emission not working' is likely occurring due to a few potential causes:
To resolve issues related to emission not working in Unity’s URP, you can try the following solutions:
Enable Emission in URP Asset: Find the URP asset in your project settings and ensure that the emission is enabled.
Use URP-Compatible Shaders: Make sure the material that should be emitting light is using a shader compatible with URP. If it's not, you can upgrade it via Edit > Render Pipeline > Universal Render Pipeline > Upgrade Project Materials to UniversalRP Materials.
Check Global Illumination Settings: In the material's settings, make sure that the global illumination is set to Realtime or Baked based on your needs.
Adjust Intensity and Color: Increase the emission intensity or change its color to something more visible in your scene.
Proper Lighting Setup: For baked lighting, bake the scenes again after enabling emission. For realtime lighting, make sure that the environment is set up to allow emission to contribute to scene lighting.
Graphics Settings: Check if the graphics settings for your project have the correct color space and other settings that might affect emission rendering.
Following these steps should help in fixing the issue where emission is not working in Unity’s URP.