Download our new Blender addons

July 29, 2020
We recently released two addons that greatly streamline the workflow between moving assets between Blender and Unreal Engine, which you can see in the brief video below: 

 

For more videos on how the Send to Unreal addon works, check out our YouTube playlist on the topic

In conjunction with this addon is our UE to Rigify feature, which allows Blender users to import any characters from Unreal Engine and have access to Rigify animation controls. This allows you to more easily animate characters within the Blender to Unreal workflow. This not only applies to bipedal characters but quadrupeds, too! You can see the UE to Rigify quickstart video below:
 

For more insight into UE to Rigify, check out our YouTube playlist on the topic

To download our new, free addons, log in to your Epic Games account and connect it with your GitHub account then access the addons and documentation here. Note: You will need Unreal Engine 4.23 or newer to get the tools to work.

For more in-depth information on the topic, check out our Inside Unreal livestreams:
 

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