Import sprites Unity 4.3


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Importing sprites

Importing sprites for 2D is just like importing any other asset. You can either copy that file into your Assets or Textures folder, or wherever it is you're placing them, or you can right-click in the Assets section and choose Import New Asset. I've already put some 2D assets in the Textures folder here in my Assets. There's CarsBackground and Cars2D. The car's 2D has an alpha channel. And, when we look at it, we can see that the cars are in white, mostly. And, the background is in black.

There's also a ground plain down there. So, that the bottom cars can ride along it and fall onto it. CarsBackground then, is just a background image. What I'll do first, when I import these in to make them 2D. Is change the text or type. I'll drop down under texter and choose sprite. I'll also change the size. In this case, this background image was drawn at 2048, and I'd like it to be big, so I'll let the max size be bigger. I'll leave alone the packing tag, pixels, and pivot...

Importing sprites
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Importing sprites provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Adam Crespi as part of the Unity 4.3 Essential Training

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3D + Animation Developer
Software:
Unity
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