Play well with others
The Team License is an add-on product that extends the Unity editor for easy local and remote collaboration. Like everything else in Unity, it combines power and simplicity.
You can purchase the Team License in our Online Store, and download the latest version of the servers on this page.
Unity Asset Cache Server
The Unity Asset Cache Server drastically reduces the time it takes to import assets when working in large teams. It makes it easier to control the schedule of complex, multi-team projects. When working in large teams it is unavoidable that everyone has to repeatedly import the same assets. The Unity Asset Cache Server facilitates a more smooth and time saving sharing of asset imports between projects and folders. Switching between different platforms takes minutes instead of hours on large scale projects, and, once you set it up, the Asset Cache Server works away in the background to reduce wait times, without getting in your way.Download Cache Server
Version control systems
Team License add-on users can choose between three fully integrated version control systems: third party systems Perforce and Plastic SCM and Unity’s own Asset Server. Choose to use industry-standard version control systems you’re already familiar with or a simple yet powerful system built specifically for use with Unity. Unity Asset Server is available as Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X Installers and as Linux RPM, Debian, and source code packages.
Integrated and Immediate
Updates, commits, and graphical version comparisons are all performed inside the Unity Editor. When files are modified, their status is updated instantly. Renaming and moving assets is handled elegantly and seamlessly.
Open Source Server
The enterprise-level database PostgreSQL powers Unity Asset Server. PostgreSQL is famous for reliability, data integrity, and easy administration and backups. PostgreSQL handles the workloads of enormous projects.
Optimized for Big Projects
Projects with thousands of multi-gigabyte files are handled with ease by using an API for integrating 3rd party version control solutions with Unity.
Installing on Windows
The exe file contains an automated installer. Simply download the installer exe file and execute it to launch the installer. You have to have administrator privileges on the machine to install it.
After installing, you should be able to fire up Unity and use it to create projects and users on the newly installed Asset Server.
Unity Asset Server Version History
- Fixed a build error causing required Unity extensions to be missing on Mac installs.
- Fixed a Windows installer problem with database initialization.