Creating Walk-throughs for Unity with Enlighten Using 3ds Max

The Unity engine provides designers with a powerful and unique tool-set. This course will teach you the best practices when using Unity with 3ds Max. Software required: Unity 5, 3ds Max 2009, Photoshop CS3.
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 4, 2017
Duration
4h 59m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Setting up the 3ds Max Scene
Creating Textures in Photoshop for PBR
Importing the 3ds Max Scene into Unity
Working with Unity PBR Materials
Working with Lighting, Reflections, and Assets Within Unity
Working with Realtime, Pre-calculated, and Baked Lighting Within Unity
Working with Animation Within Unity, to Assist the Camera Flythrough
Working with Physics and First Person Controllers in Unity
Exporting Movie Files and Handling Unity Builds Ready for the Client
Description
Course info
Level
Advanced
Updated
Jan 4, 2017
Duration
4h 59m
Description

Many designers do not take advantage of Unity's rapid interactive visualization potential, due to the engines initial steep learning curve. The Unity engine provides designers with a unique and powerful tool-set to produce high quality visualizations. In this course, Creating Walk-throughs for Unity with Enlighten Using 3ds Max, you'll learn the skills you need to create high-quality real-time ready visualizations that can be deployed cross-platform using Unity. First, you'll learn how to prepare 3ds Max content ready for Unity. Next, you'll assemble Unity projects and scenes. Then, you'll discover how to get the most out of Unity in terms of visual quality. Finally, you'll cover some deployment basics to help get you underway with client presentations and content delivery. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding on how to produce interactive visualizations inside the Unity engine. Software required: Unity 5, 3ds Max 2009, Photoshop CS3.

About the author
About the author

Michael Calver is a designer and CG Expert who has a proven ability to deliver varied, high-profile projects to large-scale and world-leading organizations.

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