Ever wondered why every Substance Painter to Unity workflow tutorial shows the Unity scene with all textures already applied? Because this process is incredibly tedious and time consuming. Each material has 4 or 5 textures which you need to find, then drag and drop onto the material.

The TextureAssign editor script solves this problem by automating assigning the textures to the materials in Unity. It works by name-matching textures with materials.

Uploaded: almost 2 years ago
Updated: about 1 year ago
Version: 3
File Name: TextureAssign_v1.3.zip
Size: 330 KB

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over 1 year ago

Being new to SP, this is very helpful. Thanks for sharing!


over 1 year ago

Glad you like it. There will be a new version soon with a lot of new features.


over 1 year ago

This crashes my unity when I try and hit assign textures.


over 1 year ago

@Thomas Tobin 0,
Does it crash with an error? If you can give me a small repo project I can probably fix it.


over 1 year ago

No it just immediately closes unity.


over 1 year ago

Ok, just send me a small repo project at bitbarrelmedia at g mail d o t c0m and I will have a look.


about 1 year ago

Hi, did you ever fixed that crash? My Unity keeps crashing as well


about 1 year ago

@NGX,
No, because Thomas never send me a repo, so I can't fix it. If you send me a simple reproducible project I can fix it for you.


about 1 year ago

Sending in 10 :)


about 1 year ago

Sent


about 1 year ago

I Uploaded a new version which should solve some of the problems mentioned. See the changelog for full details. It will take a while to get approved but you can get it right away here:
bitbarrelmedia.com


about 1 year ago

Having issue immediately closes unity after click the '' Assign to select object


about 1 year ago

@肥仔 健身记 0
If you email me a reproducible project, I can fix it.
bitbarrelmedia at gmail d0t com


about 1 month ago

How to use it in Unity??


about 1 month ago

There is a manual in the package. Let me know if you have any problems.


about 1 month ago

There is no icon, just a menu,
Create a folder called "Editor" in your Unity project and place the file TextureAssign.cs in this folder.
Open the Editor script: Window -> TextureAssign -> Assign Textures.
Press the button "Assign textures".

The is is from the included manual in the PDF. Let me know if that works.


about 1 month ago

Thanks for reply
I can't find ICON to start this function in UNITY, so I don't know what to do in UNITY. Is there a process teaching?


about 1 month ago

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