Asset Browser

User guide for the Asset Browser in the Animation and Animation Blueprint Editors

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The Asset Browser window displays the Animation Sequences, BlendSpaces, AnimMontages and other animation assets that are useable for the selected Skeleton asset.

Double-clicking on an asset in the Asset Browser will open the asset inside the Animation Editor so that you can preview the animation.

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This will also populate the Asset Details window with varying options based on the asset type clicked.

Each asset in the Asset Browser is color-coded and uses the same color-coding found during animation asset creation from the Content Browser.

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By default, the Advanced Details column view in the Asset Browser is hidden. You can un-hide the Advanced Details with the Reset Columns option from the View Options.

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This will give you more information about each asset as well as the ability for advanced column sorting.

You can also highlight an asset in the Asset Browser to display a tooltip containing information about that asset as well as a preview.

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Right-clicking on an asset in the Asset Browser will give you a context menu with varying options based on the type of asset selected.

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