Unity 3D Essential Training

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Posted on 2018-11-26, by nokia241186.

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Unity 3D Essential Training
MP4 | Video: 720p | Duration: 6:00:56 | English | Subtitles: VTT | 2349.6 MB



Unity is a powerful interactive development tool for mobile and desktop games and real-time simulations and visualizations. In this course, Craig Barr reviews techniques used in Unity visualizations and game development and introduces the basics of level design, lighting, materials, and animation. Craig shows how to set up a project, and reviews the Unity user interface. He demonstrates how to apply materials, add animation to bring your game to life, add postprocessing effects, and more. To wrap up, he covers how to package and build a playable game.

Topics include:
Setting up a Unity projectCustomizing the UINavigating UnityExporting and importing assets for UnityCreating and organizing new materialsCreating, exporting, and importing prefabsLevel buildingCreating and implementing animationOptimizing collisionsBaking lightingPackaging your Unity project
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