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Export Objects into Unity 3D
02-29-2016, 06:18 PM (This post was last modified: 03-02-2016 12:18 AM by micheus.)
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Export Objects into Unity 3D
Lets do it step by step.
- Try to name everything like on the picture,
- Make all Textures Internal,
- Export .Obj with textures to the same directory on your computer for me it is "Test".
- Textures MUST be named the same as in Wings so better export them from wings directly and you will be sure it`s done ok,
(If your texture in Wings is named "Brick", but you will import into unity .obj file with texture named "123brick^%@" it won`t work, same for texture format .png .jpg etc...)
- You can name .obj file whatever you want.

- Create new folder in unity and drag and point .obj .mtl and textures into this folder in unity. For example here is mine "Test" (in unity).

- Here is an effect.
- Notice that unity insterts the name of object (GG in Wings3D) before material name.

object name: Test
material name: example
in unity: Test_example

Remember for better performance don't create scene in Wings. Do things in Wings like boxes, buildings, environment etc. and connect together everything in Unity.

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