- Welcome to WVS Documentation!
Wevr Virtual Studio (WVS) is a platform for interactive creators to easily make, collaborate, and share projects. Think GitHub for Interactive Creators. WVS is a cloud-based service. Your project data is stored safely in the cloud and synced locally on your computer.
You interact with your projects on WVS in three ways:
- WVS Web App: With the web interface, you can collaborate with others, view the history of your projects, and you can also explore public projects that other creators have shared.
WVS Desktop Client: This is an easy-to-use interface to manage changes in your project. Download the WVS Desktop Client now.
Whether you’re using Unreal, Unity, or tools like Maya, this lets you to easily:
- make local changes
- sync local changes safely
- protect team members from stepping on each other’s work
- WVS Command-Line Interface (CLI): This interface is for engineers and more technical users familiar with version control software and may prefer to type commands directly.
- New users: Quick Start Guide.
- Already set up? Explore Projects now.
- Craving a more in-depth, big-picture view? WVS Overview.
- Review the full Table of Contents.
- Discover How to work with WVS Projects
- Create a new project from scratch
- Fork an existing project
- Clone an existing project
- Import your project
- Discover how to work with WVS Changelists
- Create Changelist in one of your projects
- Commit Changelist to update an existing project