WVS Documentation


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.

Next Steps


Some more information to get you on your way

Setup:

Projects:

  • Discover How to work with WVS Projects
  • Create a new project from scratch
  • Fork an existing project
  • Clone an existing project
  • Import your project

Changelists:

More Questions? - Join our Discord now or email us at wvs-support@wvs.io