In this video, we talk about how to use the brand new Substance 3D Add-On for Blender to import substance materials files into Blender!

Plus, we check out how you can download free materials from the Substance Community material library and import them into Blender!

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Add-On Links (Affiliate Links)
Scatter –
Flip Fluids –
Car and Transportation Rigged Vehicle Library –
City Pack Cars Rigged Car Library –
Curve Array Pro –
Botaniqu Tree and Grass Library –
Open Street Map –
Curve Basher –
Node Preview –
Tree Vegetation Library Add On –
Decal Machine –
Human Generator –
Fluent Stressless Modeling Tool –
Fluent Materializer Material Creation Tool –
Materialiq – Materials Library –
Traffiq Vehicle Library –

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0:00 – Introduction
0:31 – Substance Add On Link
0:57 – Which items to download
1:14 – Installing and enabling the add-on
2:02 – Using the substance add-on menu
2:27 – Downloading free materials from the Substance community asset library
2:53 – Download materials from the Substance 3D assets library (paid)
3:26 – Importing substance material files (.sbsar files) into Blender
3:35 – Applying substance materials to objects in Blender
3:50 – Adjusting and customizing Substance materials
4:50 – Changing Substance material resolution
5:42 – Exploring other Substance material settings
6:37 – Substance material shader node setup
7:02 – Adobe joins the Blender development fund


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