Learn how to import a Substance .sbsar file into Unreal.
- [Instructor] Now it's time to deal…with the texture scaling,…because for each of our object mesh groups,…we laid out all the UVs on one tile,…there's some different scaling between different objects,…and we can even just see that,…we can see the texture sort of checker scale is different…on different things.…What we can do is we can easily tweak this…on a per material basis…to get the texture scale exactly as we want.…Because if all of our textures coming out of Substances…are going to tile perfectly,…this is just really straightforward.…Let's open up the Bond_Variations_MAT,…and what we're going to do here,…I'm just going to drag this over.…
In all of these texture nodes that got created here,…you see we have an input UV pin.…What I'm going to do is I'm going to right-click…in the Material area,…and I'm going to type T-E-X,…and I'm going to grab a TextureCoordinate node…and drop that down.…By default, all of our textures…can read the UVs on the object,…but if we wire in a TextureCoordinate node manually,…then we can sort of change the repeats of the UVs…
- Working with geometry
- Importing processed files into Unreal
- Using the Skeletal Mesh Editor
- Creating a material with textures
- Refining Substance material
- Assembling your scene in Unreal
- Working with cameras
Skill Level Intermediate
2. Textures and Materials
3. Geometry Settings
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