Join Alan Thorn for an in-depth discussion in this video Project folders, part of Cert Prep: Unity Fundamentals.
- [Instructor] In this movie, I want to explore…how we can backup our Unity project,…and we can collect together all the files…in that project, and send it to somebody else…so they could take those files,…and open up our project in their version of Unity.…I also want to take a look at how we can locate…the project folder on the hard drive,…so we can take a look at all the assets…that are part of our project.…So right now, I've got the Unity editor open.…And I have the MonkeyScene.unity scene open here,…which is this scene here you can see in the Project panel.…
Now, alongside this scene, we have some other scenes…that we have saved previously, along with a robot…character that is being imported,…as well as a monkey mesh, and some standard assets…that have been imported from the standard asset packages.…Now, all of these files are a part of the project.…That is why they appear inside the Project panel,…and this complete project is contained…inside a folder on our local computer.…Now, the actual folder will vary depending on…
- Unity project creation
- Viewport navigation
- Object manipulation
- Creating game content
- Exporting and importing mesh assets
- Using Unity for game development
- Game Mode vs. Play Mode
- Moving objects
- Materials and textures
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Unity Interface
3. Creating Game Content
4. Using Unity for Game Development
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