Receipts from Unity 9A Tutorial
Ch.3 – Importing the house
Ch.4 – Carpet material
Ch.5 – Book prefabs
Ch.6 – Pool Probuilder
Ch.7 – Ball jump
Ch.8 – Player collisions (Player against the kitchen counter)
Ch.9 – Sound
Ch.10 – Lighting
(After spending a long time trying to fix the “blue tint” on the render, I realized that I could use the provided exercise files to avoid the blue tint. Below is the file I started with before jumping into Ch.11.)
(I will complete the remainder of the course soon.)
I was not able to move past baking lighting, though I watched the remaining videos. The calculation would have taken 2 hours. Overall Unity seems pretty cool, but that tutorial was pretty annoying (especially because the starter files worked only half of the time).
I completed all the lectures, but after setting up the high definition lighting and particle system my scene was running at a steady 1 frame per second, thus I didn’t bother with rendering and exporting.
Also encountered some problems with animating inside the scene, as it kept on giving me the “dereferencing NULL” error and I can’t spot why it’s going wrong 🙁
I got through most of the parts (up until training).
Some of the training processes and outcomes:
My laptop was lagging quite significantly while training
Well I couldn’t fix HDRP so it’s very gloomy and desaturated from here o.o;;
Recording did not work at all for me, and when I looked it up about this on Unity forum, apparently it is a bug that hasn’t been really fixed? I tried restarting Unity, resetting layout, etc., but it still gave me the Null Reference Exception error. 🙁
Section 1: Involves no work in Unity
Section 2: Involves no work in Unity
I’ve used Unity before and learned about all these topics from my animation class, but it was nice to follow these instructions using different models and focusing on small details. It was too frustrating using all these files that sometimes didn’t work and the Measured Materials library got me furious. Overall, his lessons were very easy to follow, but everything else about this homework was infuriating.
I struggled with this one. I ended up asking someone from my animation class for help.