Understand how to navigate the viewport.
- [Instructor] In this movie, … we're going to look at viewport navigation. … This is the ability to control the scene camera, … the controls on how to move our view around, … inside the scene viewport. … that every Unity developer is going to need to know … in order to confidently build scenes. … To demonstrate this, I've opened up the car sample project … that is part of the sample assets … imported into the project from the Unity asset store. … The details of the asset store, … we're going to look at in a later movie, … but these files are included … inside the course companion files. … Here, inside this scene, and this is the car scene, … I simply double-clicked on the car scene … to view that inside the scene viewport. … Here, we can see that at the center of that scene, … we have a car on a race track. … around the scene to look at it from different angles. … Now, when I say maneuver the camera around the scene, … I am not referring to the camera objects … that we can see listed here inside the Hierarchy panel. …
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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
Next steps1m 23s
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