Organize your project files with the Project panel.
- [Instructor] As mentioned earlier in this course, … Unity is a project-based application. … That means that Unity … is not just a single file on your computer, … but what you see here inside the project panel, … represents a collection of files and folders … that Unity is bringing together into a relationship … to constitute your Unity project. … When you create a Unity project, … you're going to have a collection of folders, … meshes, textures, animation, sounds, … all these different pieces of data … are going to be scattered across different files, … but they're all going to be held together … inside a single folder, which is the project folder. … These are the files that Unity maintains … whenever you create a Unity project, … and you can see the contents of that folder … by taking a look down here … at the bottom of the Unity interface, in the project panel. … This is where all your assets are going to live. … This actually corresponds to a folder on your hard drive, … and I want to show you how to access and to navigate that, …
Find out more about the certification program at < https://certification.unity.com.
- Creating a project in Unity
- Navigating the interface
- Adding and removing game objects
- Transforming game objects
- Comparing static and dynamic objects
- Importing assets
- Managing folders, hierarchies, and scenes
- Working with meshes, textures, and audio
- Making prefabs
Skill Level Intermediate
Unity 2017: Architectural Visualizationwith Scott Onstott2h 21m Intermediate
Companion files1m 35s
1. Editor Interface
2. Level Design
3. Project Management
4. Asset Management
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