Houdini and Unity are two industry standard tools for Visual FX and game development. This course will teach you how to combine them and create a professional pipeline to generate your game assets faster than ever.
Game development pipelines are a critical part of any game studio. Whether you're a one-man show or a company of hundreds of employees, you'll need an efficient and stable way to create your game artifacts, and update them seamlessly with minimum effort or interruption to the total development process. In this course, Houdini to Unity: Advanced Production Pipeline, you'll learn the steps to create an efficient pipeline using Houdini and Unity3D – two of the most prominent game development tools. First, you'll explore how to setup your Unity project, so that artifacts created in Houdini will be imported automatically complete with animation controllers, animation states, and prefab construction. Next, you'll discover how to use Houdini to maximize your production when creating game artifacts to be imported into Unity. Finally, you'll cover how to use your new pipeline to update game assets quickly and seamlessly within Unity. By the end of this course, you'll be able to get your game to market faster than ever. Software required: Houdini and Unity.
Caesar is currently a professional software developer with over 17 years of experience focusing on user interfaces and middleware components. In his very recent past he was an instructor at a private academy teaching game programming using Unity3d and Softimage.