I'm writing an Editor script that takes assets from a directory path, and builds them into an asset bundle.
I want to use: BuildPipeline.BuildAssetBundle(Object main, Object  assets, string outputPath, ...);
That means I need an array of Object. But how do I get the array of Object, given an asset path that contains all the fbx that I need in bundled?
Object objects = AssetDatabase.LoadAllAssetsAtPath("Assets/Art")
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Answer by ckfinite
Nov 30, 2010 at 03:35 AM
Why does AssetDatabase.LoadAllAssetsAtPath not work for you? The problem you are havaing with it should be a non-issue. In unity, a asset does not come in as a GameObject. It comes in as the most appropriate class, so a FBX should come in as a Mesh. What I would reccomend doing is instead of checking for a GameObject, print the class name. Try
foreach (object o in objects) Debug.Log(object.GetType().ToString());
which should give you the class names of all the imported objects.
Is your output asset bundle working? I find that is the really important question.
Inside that foreach loop you can do things like "if (o is Mesh)" to find the objects of the type(s) you're interested in.
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