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I click "Restrict renderability", so that everything except the item I want to export is grayed out. However, it still exports lights and everything when I import it into Unity.

"Restrict renderability" on cube

How can I fix this?

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Friendly tip: You should've posted this on the blender stack exchange. You'll get better info from more experienced users. \$\endgroup\$
    – Danny
    Aug 28, 2016 at 19:26

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The render visibility option only affects what is visible when blender renders a final image, it isn't used when exporting objects.

If you give unity your blend file, it can do the export/import for you and shouldn't import lights and cameras, see the unity manual for the full list.

If you are exporting manually, you should find options to control what is exported, the fbx exporter has an option that lets you turn off the export of cameras and lights, while the obj exporter can be set to export only selected objects.

fbx options - fbx options

obj options - obj options

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