Please read note at the end and details carefully.
3D modeling software provides a number of ways to create joints for your rig.
For a Humanoid model, there are specific requirements for the skeleton so that Unity can match it to a Humanoid Avatar:
A minimum of 15 bones. Your skeleton needs to have at least the required bones in place.
In order to improve your chances for finding a match to the Avatar
, name your bones in a way that reflects the body parts they represent. For example, “LeftArm” and “RightForearm” make it clear what these bones control.
The joint/bone hierachy should follow a natural structure for the character you are creating. Given that arms and legs come in pairs, you should use a consistent convention for naming them (for example, “arm_L” for the left arm, “arm_R” for the right arm). Possible structures for the hierarchy include:
HIPS - spine - chest - shoulders - arm - forearm - hand
HIPS - spine - chest - neck - head
HIPS - UpLeg - Leg - foot - toe - toe_end
The only condition is that the avatar is set up as a humanoid skeleton. ([login to view URL]) So technically the character should work for both as long as it is a humanoid ans the skeleton is rigged correctly
Note> charter or rig is made in blender but when open on unity not work correctly need to fix in unity of rig or names of objects or rig correctly to test easily.