Content Browser

Asset Cards

  1. Import Assets

  2. Forward/Back Navigation

  3. Path Display / Breadcrumb Navigation

  4. Content Search

  5. Browser Display Method/Scale

  6. Content Browser

  7. Directory Navigator

Items listed in the Content Browser (Known as Asset Cards) provide meaningful information about the asset without opening it.

Asset Cards display a thumbnail based on one of the following asset types.

  • USD

  • USD-Layer

  • MDL

  • Image

Hovering your mouse over the file name of an asset will show the following.

  • Full file path

  • File Size

  • Date Modified

  • Date Created


Filters allow users to look for specific content based on asset type

  • Audio

  • Materials

  • Props

  • Scripts

  • Stages

  • Textures


Menu Items


Hide Unknown File Types

Display/Hide Files unknown to Omniverse Create

Case Sensitive

Search Results are Case Sensitive

Recursive Search

Searches Entire Selected Folder Structure

Display Mode

Omniverse Create Content View Options

Allows users control the look of the output in the Content Browser to their preference. The slider allows for scaling of the icons in folder view with the smallest setting switching modes to “list view”. When in List View, Columns can be dragged at the dividers to arrange a convenient spacing.


List View grants access Path, File Size and Date Modified information.

Connecting to Nucleus Servers

Signing Into Omniverse Nucleus Servers

In the top of the left panel of the Content Browser users can connect to one or many Omniverse Nucleus Servers by clicking “Add New Connection” under the Omniverse Heading.


Once clicked, a panel will emerge allowing you to enter and add a host Omniverse Server Address.


Once added, you can now select the server to explore. When you do you, a web sign-on panel will appear. Enter your credentials to log in.

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You can now explore your newly connected server.


Shortcut Paths

When adding a server you can also set a path to a specific directory within a server. This can be useful in creating a sort of shortcut.


Now you can directly access a nested directory with a single click.