Review the main interface panels: Viewport, Project, and Object Inspector.
- In this movie … we're going to consider the Unity Editor interface … which is really important to understand … because it's where you're going to be spending a lot of time … creating Unity projects. … So what you can see in front of you here … is the default Unity interface. … We can tell this is the default interface … by moving to the top right hand side … to have a look at the interface presets. … You'll see if I click on this drop down menu … that in fact, we get a range of interface presets. … For example, if I select the two by three layout … again the Unity interface changes to this arrangement here. … We have the four split view. … We have the tall layout. … We have the wide layout … and I'm going to switch this back to the default layout. … By default here throughout the rest of this course … I'm going to be using the default layout. … But for the purposes of explaining the Unity interface … throughout this course, I'm going to be using … the default layout. … You can customize the layout in fact …
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- 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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