Hi. In this video, we are going to be demonstrating how to use the Asset Store from Unity. Now, the Asset Store is a market space provided by Unity to find different assets and game objects that you might need in your game, just in case you don't want to develop them or create them yourself or don't have the skills to. Now, there are two ways to get to the Asset Store. One is through Unity itself. So normally, as a default, Unity has the Asset Store tab already open for you, but if it's not there, you can access it simply by clicking on the Windows menu and then clicking on the Asset Store. Another way is by going to the website. So clicking on our browser and typing in the website into your search bar. So www.assetstore.unity3d.com So then you will be taken to the home page, where you can see the list of the most current and popular assets. Now, the first thing you want to do is log in. You can't download any assets without logging into your account. So if you haven't got one already, you can create an account easily by going to the create account button. If not, you can log in. So I'm just going to pause on the video for a moment to log in. Now that we have logged in, we can see that the icons at the top right side have changed a little. Now, we have the icon to return to our home page, go to our download manager, which shows the assets that we've previously downloaded and also the state of them, in terms of have they been updated, or have they been depreciated. Now, we have our basket similar to what you would find on Amazon or eBay. So if you already tried to buy an asset, then it will be shown here, and we can check out or continue shopping. We have a wish list, so if we're not ready to but an asset, we can just store it and come back to it later. And we have our notifications, which tells us the state of the assets already downloaded, in terms of if they've been updated or just giving us a nudge to leave a review. Then we have our account details. So that's my account name there. Then I can click on my account and change my details or redeem a voucher, go to my wish list, my personal list of packages, notifications, or change my paying details. Then Unity also provides some information about the store credits, the license, and how your profile looks to the public and also, of course, to log out. So we're going to return back to the home page. So I'm developing my game, and now I need some furniture. I can't create it, so I'm going to go and try and find some on the Asset Store. There's two ways to go about searching for this. One is by using the search bar, and two is by using the categories listed by Unity on the right hand side. So to find them in the category, I'll go to 3D models, props and then I'll find furniture. As you can see, even though I haven't typed into the search bar, it still listed the method, I guess, in which I've taken to get to this point. So models, props and furniture. I can cancel this and that will remove my search, or I can add to it manually. So now, we have our results. As you can see, there's a lot of results to get through. To narrow my search even more, I can change the filters. Here, we have a price filter, so I can narrow the price or choose free only or paid only. I can narrow my search by the minimum rating that's been given or the Unity version I'm currently using, just so I know that the asset I get is compatible. I can list packages or lists of packages. I can also see the results in terms of the size of the asset, when it's released or how recently it's been updated. So once I'm happy with the filtering process, then I'll scroll down. I'll see the most popular choices first, and if I scroll down even further, then I'll see the rest of the results. We have the option of sorting by relevance, popularity, the name, price, rating or when it's been updated. Right now, it's on popularity. So we have our list of assets. They're still quite pricey, so I'm going to go to free only. So as you can see, the options have changed to show only free assets. Searching for the one I like, I'll choose the HQ Classic Armchair. Once I've clicked on it, it will lead me to a page that has a little bit more information about the asset such as pictures, who created it, the review and some information added by the creator. The most important is the required Unity version so we can see if the asset will be compatible with the version of Unity we have installed already. So if we scroll down even further, we have images of the asset in Unity. Then we have the creator support email, support website or the publisher's website, as well as the version, size, and when it was originally released and most importantly, the package, what version of Unity the package has been submitted with, which is Unity 5.0.0. Scrolling down, we have even more detail which consists of the package contents and a preview of what it looks like. So we know we have the model itself and materials to go with it. If I'm still not happy with this asset, I can take a look at recommendations. Here, we have a list of different packages created by other users. So we see similar packages together. Then we have separate recommendations, and then we have what other assets the customers have purchased along with this one. And if I still need a bit of convincing, then we have the user reviews. So once I'm happy with my asset, then I can download it. Now this currently says open in Unity, which means that this asset has already been downloaded. So going back to my download manager, it should appear in this list. So if I return back to my assets, I can choose one I haven't gotten before, such as the customizable bedroom. Still have that one, return back. Okay, let's go for the bed collection. There we are. So now, we see it says, add to downloads. If I'm not ready to add to the downloads, I can add it to my wish list, add the package to a list, will show on social media. So I'm happy with this asset, so I'm going to add it to downloads. Congratulations. Great. Now we know that it's been added to our download manager. So if we go to the download manager, we can see it now at the top of our list, bed collection. So now that we have it downloaded, we can open it in Unity, and Unity will import it into the assets folder. So that's the basic review of how to use the Asset Store. So how about you have a go and look around?