Importowanie scen 3D¶
Importer scen Godot¶
W przypadku zasobów 3D, Godot posiada elastyczny i konfigurowalny importer.
Godot pracuje ze scenami. Oznacza to, że cała scena, nad którą pracujesz w programie do tworzenia 3D, zostanie przeniesiona w stanie możliwie niezmienionym.
Godot supports the following 3D scene file formats:
glTF 2.0 (recommended). Godot has full support for both text (
.gltf) and binary (
DAE (COLLADA), an older format that is fully supported.
OBJ (Wavefront) format + their MTL material files. This is also fully supported, but pretty limited (no support for pivots, skeletons, animations, PBR materials, ...).
ESCN, a Godot-specific format that Blender can export with a plugin.
FBX, supported via the Open Asset Import library. However, FBX is proprietary, so we recommend using other formats listed above, if suitable for your workflow.
Wystarczy skopiować plik sceny wraz z teksturą do repozytorium projektu, a Godot wykona jej pełny import.
It is important that the mesh is not deformed by bones when exporting. Make sure that the skeleton is reset to its T-pose or default rest pose before exporting with your favorite 3D editor.
Eksportowanie plików DAE z Maya i 3DS Max¶
Autodesk added built-in COLLADA support to Maya and 3DS Max, but it's broken by default and should not be used. The best way to export this format is by using the OpenCollada plugins. They work well, although they are not always up-to date with the latest version of the software.
Exporting glTF 2.0 files from Blender¶
There are three ways to export glTF files from Blender. As a glTF binary (
.glb file), glTF embedded (
and with textures (
.bin + textures).
glTF binary files are the smallest of the three options. They include the mesh and textures set up in Blender. When brought into Godot the textures are part of the object's material file.
glTF embedded files function the same way as binary files. They don't provide extra functionality in Godot, and shouldn't be used since they have a larger file size.
There are two reasons to use glTF with the textures separate. One is to have the scene description in a text based format and the binary data in a separate binary file. This can be useful for version control if you want to review changes in a text based format. The second is you need the texture files separate from the material file. If you don't need either of those glTF binary files are fine.
Blend shape animations cannot be imported - they require manual animation within Godot.
Blender versions older than 3.2 do not export emissive textures with the glTF file. If your model uses one and you're using an older version of Blender, it must be brought in separately.
By default, Blender has backface culling disabled on materials and will export materials to match how they render in Blender. This means that materials in Godot will have their cull mode set to Disabled. This can decrease performance since backfaces will be rendered, even when they are being culled by other faces. To resolve this, enable Backface Culling in Blender's Materials tab, then export the scene to glTF again.
Eksportowanie plików DAE z Blendera¶
Blender has built-in COLLADA support, but it does not work properly for the needs of game engines and should not be used as is.
Godot provides a Blender plugin that will correctly export COLLADA scenes for use in Godot. It does not work in Blender 2.8 or newer, but there are plans to update it in the future.
Eksportowanie plików ESCN z Blendera¶
The most powerful one, called godot-blender-exporter. It uses a .escn file, which is kind of another name for a .tscn file (Godot scene file); it keeps as much information as possible from a Blender scene. However, it is considered experimental.
The ESCN exporter has a detailed document describing its functionality and usage.
Exporting textures separately¶
While textures can be exported with a model in certain file formats, such as glTF 2.0, you can also export them separately. Godot uses PBR (physically based rendering) for its materials, so if a texturing program can export PBR textures, they can work in Godot. This includes the Substance suite, ArmorPaint (open source), and Material Maker (open source).
For more information on Godot's materials, see Materiał przestrzenny.
Since GPUs can only render triangles, meshes that contain quads or N-gons have to be triangulated before they can be rendered. Godot can triangulate meshes on import, but results may be unpredictable or incorrect, especially with N-gons. Regardless of the target application, triangulating before exporting the scene will lead to more consistent results and should be done whenever possible.
To avoid issues with incorrect triangulation after importing in Godot, it is recommended to make the 3D DCC triangulate objects on its own. In Blender, this can be done by adding a Triangulate modifier to your objects and making sure Apply Modifiers is checked in the export dialog. Alternatively, depending on the exporter, you may be able to find and enable a Triangulate Faces option in the export dialog.
To avoid issues with 3D selection in the editor, it is recommended to apply the object transform in the 3D DCC before exporting the scene.
Godot scene importer allows different workflows regarding how data is imported. Depending on many options, it is possible to import a scene with:
External materials (default): Where each material is saved to a file resource. Modifications to them are kept.
External meshes: Where each mesh is saved to a different file. Many users prefer to deal with meshes directly.
External animations: Allowing saved animations to be modified and merged when sources change.
External scenes: Save each of the root nodes of the imported scenes as a separate scene.
Single scene: A single scene file with everything built in.
Ponieważ różni deweloperzy mają różne potrzeby, ten proces importowania jest w dużym stopniu konfigurowalny.
Importer ma kilka możliwości, które zostaną omówione poniżej:
Domyślnie głównym węzłem w zaimportowanych scenach jest "Spatial", ale można go zmodyfikować.
Umożliwia ustawienie konkretnej nazwy wygenerowanego węzła głównego.
Można dostarczyć specjalny skrypt do przetworzenia całej sceny po zaimportowaniu. Jest to idealne rozwiązanie do przetwarzania końcowego, zmiany materiałów, robienia zabawnych rzeczy z geometrią itp.
Create a script like this:
tool # Needed so it runs in the editor. extends EditorScenePostImport func post_import(scene): # Do your stuff here. return scene # remember to return the imported scene
post_import function takes the imported scene as argument (the
parameter is actually the root node of the scene). The scene that
will finally be used must be returned. It can be a different one.
By default, Godot imports a single scene. This option allows specifying that nodes below the root will each be a separate scene and instanced into the imported one.
Of course, instancing such imported scenes in other places manually works, too.
Godot supports materials in meshes or nodes. By default, materials will be put on each node.
Materiały mogą być przechowywane w obrębie sceny lub w plikach zewnętrznych. Domyślnie są one przechowywane w plikach zewnętrznych, dzięki czemu możliwa jest ich edycja. Dzieje się tak dlatego, że większość 3D DCC nie ma takich samych opcji materiałowych jak te obecne w Godocie.
Gdy materiały są wbudowane, zostaną utracone za każdym razem, gdy scena zostanie zmodyfikowana i ponownie zaimportowana.
Godot will not reimport materials that are stored in external files unless
you remove the associated
.material file before reimporting.
To force reimporting materials every time the 3D scene is reimported, change the material storage mode in the 3D scene by selecting it in the FileSystem dock, going to the Import dock then setting Material > Storage to Built-In instead of Files.
Zachowaj po reimporcie¶
Po edycji materiałów z wykorzystaniem funkcji Godota, importer będzie je przechowywał i ignorował te, które pochodzą ze sceny źródłowej. Opcja ta jest dostępna tylko wtedy, gdy materiały są zapisywane jako pliki.
Makes meshes use less precise numbers for multiple aspects of the mesh in order to save space.
- Tymi są:
Transform Matrix (Location, rotation, and scale) : 32-bit float to 16-bit signed integer.
Vertices : 32-bit float to 16-bit signed integer.
Normals : 32-bit float to 32-bit unsigned integer.
Tangents : 32-bit float to 32-bit unsigned integer.
Vertex Colors : 32-bit float to 32-bit unsigned integer.
UV : 32-bit float to 32-bit unsigned integer.
UV2 : 32-bit float to 32-bit unsigned integer.
Vertex weights : 32-bit float to 16-bit unsigned integer.
Armature bones : 32-bit float to 16-bit unsigned integer.
Array index : 32-bit or 16-bit unsigned integer based on how many elements there are.
- Dodatkowe informacje:
UV2 = The second UV channel for detail textures and baked lightmap textures.
Array index = An array of numbers that number each element of the arrays above; i.e. they number the vertices and normals.
In some cases, this might lead to loss of precision, so disabling this option may be needed. For instance, if a mesh is very big or there are multiple meshes being imported that cover a large area, compressing the import of this mesh(es) may lead to gaps in geometry or vertices not being exactly where they should be.
If textures with normal mapping are to be used, meshes need to have tangent arrays. This option ensures that these are generated if not present in the source scene. Godot uses Mikktspace for this, but it's always better to have them generated in the exporter.
Meshes can be stored in separate files (resources) instead of built-in. This does not have much practical use unless one wants to build objects with them directly.
Opcja ta ma pomóc osobom, które wolą pracować bezpośrednio z siatkami niż scenami.
Whether or not the mesh is used in baked lightmaps.
Disabled: The mesh is not used in baked lightmaps.
Enable: The mesh is used in baked lightmaps.
Gen Lightmaps: The mesh is used in baked lightmaps, and unwraps a second UV layer for lightmaps.
For more information on light baking see Baked lightmaps.
Generated meshes and materials can be optionally stored in a subdirectory with the name of the scene.
Godot provides many options regarding how animation data is dealt with. Some exporters (such as Blender) can generate many animations in a single file. Others, such as 3DS Max or Maya, need many animations put into the same timeline or, at worst, put each animation in a separate file.
Domyślnie funkcja importowania animacji jest włączona.
To modify animations from an imported 3D scene, you need to change the animation storage option from Built-In to Files in the Import dock. Otherwise, changes made to animations from Godot will be lost when the project is run.
klatek na sekundę¶
Most 3D export formats store animation timeline in seconds instead of frames. To ensure animations are imported as faithfully as possible, please specify the frames per second used to edit them. Failing to do this may result in shaky animations.
It is possible to specify a filter script in a special syntax to decide which tracks from which animations should be kept.
The filter script is executed against each imported animation. The syntax consists of two types of
statements, the first for choosing which animations to filter, and the second for filtering
individual tracks within the matched animation. All name patterns are performed using a case
insensitive expression match, using
* wildcards (using
String.matchn() under the
The script must start with an animation filter statement (as denoted by the line beginning with an
@). For example, if we would like to apply filters to all imported animations which have a name
Similarly, additional patterns can be added to the same line, separated by commas. Here is a
modified example to additionally include all animations with names that begin with
but also exclude all animations which have names ending in
@+*_Loop, +Arm_Left*, -*Attack
Following the animation selection filter statement, we add track filtering patterns to indicate which animation tracks should be kept or discarded. If no track filter patterns are specified, then all tracks within the matched animations will be discarded!
It's important to note that track filter statements are applied in order for each track within the animation, this means that one line may include a track, a later rule can still discard it. Similarly, a track excluded by an early rule may then be re-included once again by a filter rule further down in the filter script.
For example: include all tracks in animations with names ending in
"_Loop", but discard any
tracks affecting a
"Skeleton" which end in
"Control", unless they have
"Arm" in their
@+*_Loop +* -Skeleton:*Control +*Arm*
In the above example, tracks like
"Skeleton:Leg_Control" would be discarded, while tracks such
"Skeleton:Arm_Left_Control" would be retained.
Any track filter lines that do not begin with a
- are ignored.
Domyślnie animacje są wbudowane w obiekt, ale można je zapisać do pliku. Pozwala to na dodawanie niestandardowych ścieżek do animacji i zachowanie ich po ponownym imporcie.
When animations are imported, an optimizer is run, which reduces the size of the animation considerably. In general, this should always be turned on unless you suspect that an animation might be broken due to it being enabled.
It is possible to specify multiple animations from a single timeline as clips. For this to work, the model
must have only one animation that is named
default. To create clips, change the clip amount to something
greater than zero. You can then name a clip, specify which frames it starts and stops on, and choose whether
the animation loops or not.
In many cases, it may be desired to make modifications to the imported scene. By default, this is not possible because
if the source asset changes (source
.obj file re-exported from 3D modelling app), Godot will re-import the whole scene.
It is possible, however, to make local modifications by using Scene Inheritance. Try to open the imported scene and the following dialog will appear:
W odziedziczonych scenach jedynymi ograniczeniami modyfikacji są:
Węzłów nie można usunąć (ale można je dodawać w dowolnym miejscu).
Nie można edytować pod zasobów (zapisz je jako zewnętrzny zasób, jak opisano powyżej)
Poza tym wszystko jest dozwolone!
Podczas edycji sceny, większość czynności jest zwykle czynności, które trzeba zrobić po wyeksportowaniu jest taka sama:
Dodanie wykrywania kolizji do obiektów.
Usuwanie węzłów, które nie są używane w silniku gry (np. specjalne światła używane do modelowania).
To simplify this workflow, Godot offers several suffixes that can be added to the names of the objects in your 3D modelling software. When imported, Godot will detect suffixes in object names and will perform actions automatically.
All the suffixes described below are case-sensitive.
Usuń węzły (-noimp)¶
Objects that have the
-noimp suffix will be removed at import-time no matter
what their type is. They will not appear in the imported scene.
Create collisions (-col, -convcol, -colonly, -convcolonly)¶
-col will work only for Mesh objects. If it is detected, a child
static collision node will be added, using the same geometry as the mesh. This
will create a triangle mesh collision shape, which is a slow, but accurate
option for collision detection. This option is usually what you want for level
geometry (but see also
-convcol will create a ConvexPolygonShape instead of
a ConcavePolygonShape. Unlike triangle meshes which can be concave,
a convex shape can only accurately represent a shape that doesn't have any
concave angles (a pyramid is convex, but a hollow box is concave). Due to this,
convex collision shapes are generally not suited for level geometry. When
representing simple enough meshes, convex collision shapes can result in better
performance compared to a triangle collision shape. This option is ideal for
simple or dynamic objects that require mostly-accurate collision detection.
However, in both cases, the visual geometry may be too complex or not smooth enough for collisions. This can create physics glitches and slow down the engine unnecessarily.
To solve this, the
-colonly modifier exists. It will remove the mesh upon
importing and will create a StaticBody collision instead.
This helps the visual mesh and actual collision to be separated.
-convcolonly works in a similar way, but will create a ConvexPolygonShape instead.
-colonly can also be used with Blender's empty objects.
On import, it will create a StaticBody with
a collision node as a child. The collision node will have one of a number of predefined shapes,
depending on Blender's empty draw type:
Pojedyncza strzałka utworzy RayShape.
Sześcian stworzy BoxShape.
Obraz utworzy PlaneShape.
Kula (i inne nie wymienione obiekty) stworzą SphereShape.
When possible, try to use a few primitive collision shapes instead of triangle mesh or convex shapes. Primitive shapes often have the best performance and reliability.
For better visibility in Blender's editor, you can set the "X-Ray" option on collision empties and set some distinct color for them in Blender's User Preferences > Themes > 3D View > Empty.
See Collision shapes (3D) for a comprehensive overview of collision shapes.
Create a VehicleBody (-vehicle)¶
A mesh node with the
-vehicle suffix will be imported as a child to a
Create a VehicleWheel (-wheel)¶
A mesh node with the
-wheel suffix will be imported as a child to a
Ciało fizyczne (-rigid)¶
A mesh node with the
-rigid suffix will be imported as a RigidBody.
Animation loop (-loop, -cycle)¶
Animation clips in the COLLADA document that start or end with the token
will be imported as a Godot Animation with the loop flag set.
Unlike the other suffixes described above, this does not require a hyphen.
In Blender, this requires using the NLA Editor and naming the Action with the
cycle prefix or suffix.