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Unity Installation Guide

Early Access Install Guide

functional beta (v.0.1.0)

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Download the project files

You can manually update the Scenario plugin by downloading the latest Scenario v0.1.0 folder and extracting it. Then select all the files in the folder and move them to the Asset folder of the My Project Folder. last update 5/31 8am EST

Download the My and extract the folder

Open Unity Hub and click on "Open/ Add project from disk."

Locate the "My Project" folder in the downloaded project files and select it. Unity will open the project.

In Unity, go to "Window" > "Layouts" > "Load Layout from File." Navigate to the Assets folder in the downloaded project files and select the "Scenario.wlt" file.

Go to "Window" > "Layouts" > "Save Layout" and give it the name "Scenario."

In the Unity Editor, click on the layout button located above the Inspector panel. From the dropdown menu, select "Scenario" to switch to the Scenario layout.

Open your web browser and visit On the Scenario website, click on the Scenario icon located at the top left corner.

From the dropdown menu, select "Create Workspace."

Enter a name for your workspace and optionally add collaborators if needed.

Choose the newly created workspace and navigate to "Workspace Settings."

Within the Workspace Settings, find the "API Keys" section and click on "+ Add API Key."

Provide a name for the API key and a corresponding secret password. Make a note of the generated API key and secret password.

You will now have these options. Save the key right away, as this is your only opportunity to save the secret key.

Return to the Unity Editor and go to "Window" > "Scenario Settings." In the Scenario Settings window, paste the API key and secret password into the respective fields. Optionally, specify the desired image format and output folder for generated images.

Now that the layout is loaded, you will notice two open tabs in Unity: "PromptImages" and "Prompt Window." The "PromptImages" tab displays the generated images based on the prompts you provide. You can view and manage the generated images in this tab.

The "Prompt Window" tab is where you interact with the Scenario plugin. From here, you can add prompts, configure settings, and initiate image generation. Additionally, you can use reference images and enable "ControlNet" for more control over the generated images using different modes.
These tabs provide the necessary tools and controls for utilizing the Scenario plugin within Unity.

With the "Prompt Window" tab selected, click on the three dots at the top right corner of the window. Enable "UI Toolkit Live Reload" from the options.

In the Prompt Window, click on the "Generator" button to choose a public generator to use for image generation. For example, select "3D Render Style v1."

Add a prompt and configure the settings as desired. Click on the "Generate Image" button to start the image generation process based on the prompt. The generated images will appear in the "PromptImages" tab.

Additionally, you can explore other features offered by the Scenario plugin by going to "Window" > "Scenario." This includes creating generators and performing inpainting.

In the Prompt Window, you can utilize a reference image and enable "ControlNet" to have more control over the generated images using different modes.

In the "PromptImages" tab, you can take advantage of several options when selecting an image. These options include downloading the image, deleting it, converting it to a pixel art style, or removing the background. These functionalities prove to be highly beneficial for rapidly creating game assets with ease.

By utilizing these options, you can efficiently manage the generated images, tailor them to your specific needs, and expedite the asset creation process within your game development workflow.

Updated on: 31/05/2023

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