The USD format is becoming increasingly important in 3D graphics. Learn the basics of USD implementation in Unity.
- [George] Hi there, I'm George Maestri. … Today, we're going to look … at USD for Unity. … Now, USD is a file format … that's becoming increasingly popular, … and it's going to become the universal file format. … In fact, it's called Universal Scene Description. … Now, this is kind of a moving target … because the plugin is evolving, … but I'm going to show you where we're at at 2020.1. … So the first thing to do is to load up USD. … So let's go into Window, Package Manager, … and you want to make sure you check Unity Registry, … which brings all of the stuff in. … And because this is a preview, … you need to go in Advanced Project Settings … and click Enable Preview Packages. … And then close that. … And if we scroll down, we should find USD. … So this is still a preview. … This particular version is 1.0.3. … So go ahead and select that and install it. … And the installation may take a little bit of time, … but once you have it installed, … you should have all of these samples. … If you want, you can import those, …
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