Quick Starter Guide
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CA9 can seem complicated at the beginning. If this is the case, the following overview will help you to understand the structure of CA9. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our community or our support at support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our goal is to enable all users to create 3D projects. CA9 is aimed at private users in the field of game development, but also professional users in the visualization of architecture, the planning and holding of immersive virtual events, such as concerts or trade fairs, the creation and holding of trainings or the simulation and digitization of industrial productions.
We know that the key to success is good communication. Projects with CA9 are therefore multiplayer by default. (Eventually added addons must support this of course).
Our concept is based on a sophisticated collaboration between experts and users.
Experts can create their own addons in their familiar Unreal Engine environment alongside project work in CA9 and make them easily available.
Users can use these addons to easily develop and share well-structured projects independently (or in a team).
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Creating your first project
Projects: a short Overview
The work in CA9 is organized in projects. In this chapter you will learn how to create projects and how they are structured.
Your projects will be synchronized with your account. So you have your projects automatically available on every device.
To view your projects and add new ones, click the "Projects" tab in your menu bar.
Now you should find an overview of projects on the left as well as a button to create new projects. On the right you will see the current project window, if a project is selected.
By clicking the plus icon you should be able to create your first project. Give it a name (you can change that later any time) and select the project type. If you want to use CA9 together with your project we recommend using "CA9" as well. Now click create.
Congratulations, you have just created your very first CA9 project. For further information we recommend the Project Management book here: Project Management