Uex - Blender To Unreal Engine Export In One Click

by Pawel Wilczewski in Addons


UPDATE v1.2.0 - see the bottom of the page for the changelog


Why is UEx the way to go?

  • everything is 100% correctly exported - no scaling issues, no import errors
  • batch export as many objects as you like - asset types will be automatically detected
  • each asset/animation is a separate FBX with no data duplication - save time and manage your assets easier
  • updating and importing assets is effortless - drag and drop to Unreal - no need to mess with any settings
  • no need for specific, inconvenient collection names or asset naming conventions - just export selected/visible objects
  • easily adjust origins to object or world (reset mesh/armature location)
  • make use of the clipping distance adjuster - after changing your Blender unit scale, instantly adjust the clipping distances for all workspaces

What you see is what you get

The animations will look exactly the same after importing in Unreal...

Managing and updating your files could never be easier


The export panel is now your friend


Demo video

For new releases, feedback, bug fixes and more, please join our discord server. Enjoy creating!

Update v1.1.0!

You can now, along with your models, automatically export corresponding to them collider shapes, LODs and sockets! For the naming convention - required by Unreal Engine - please refer to Epic's documentation.

Example of correctly named objects making up data for "TestObj" mesh in Unreal Engine:

  • "TestObj" - the main object (LOD0),
  • "TestObj_LOD1" - mesh for LOD1 version of the object,
  • "SOCKET_TestObj_front" - example socket,
  • "USP_TestObj_0" - exact sphere collider example (also UCX for convex collision, UBX for box collision, UCP for capsule collision)

Update v1.2.0!

Added selection sets. You can now group objects in easy-to-access collections allowing for more efficient exporting - no need to reselect everything each time before exporting!


Changelog:

v1.0.1 Initial release
v1.0.2 Fixed Blender 3.2 compatibility issues
v1.0.3 "Auto Start/Stop" checkbox - now possible to export custom frame range
v1.1.0 Added ability to export colliders, sockets and LODs automatically
v1.2.0 Added selection sets

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Published about 2 years ago
Blender Version 4.2, 4.1, 4.0, 3.6, 3.5, 3.4, 3.3, 3.2, 3.1, 3.0, 2.93, 2.92, 2.91, 2.9, 2.83, 2.82, 2.81, 2.8
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