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Google SketchUp for Game Design by Robin de Jongh

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Time for action - exporting buildings to Unity 3D

  1. It's now time to export to Unity. First open Unity and check what you already have inside.
  2. In SketchUp, select the buildings you just inserted. Now, group them and label the group SU_Buildings.
  3. Follow the steps in Chapter 5, Game Levels in SketchUp, to export this group to your SketchUp4Games folder. Remember to select Export only current selection.
  4. When you switch to Unity, your buildings will load automatically, but they won't be in the right place yet.

    Tip

    Using temporary 3D Warehouse assets in your games

    Importing these buildings to Unity may take a long time if you used buildings from the 3D Warehouse. That's because people uploading buildings to 3D Warehouse aren't always thinking about low polygon ...

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