Sketchup Make, introduced in May 2013, is a free-of-charge version of SketchUp Pro for home, personal, and educational use.
You can use SketchUp to explore design ideas and experiment with 3D. You can draw your home or famous buildings, use it for projects at home or school, or create fun stuff like cars, space ships, barns, or your dream house. You can share your models with others via the 3D Warehouse. And if your model has a location (you built it on a Google Earth image), you can also view it in Google Earth.
Using SketchUp Make, you can:
- Draw, modify, measure, rotate, scale, and move geometry.
- Use accurate dimensions, and communicate them with text tools.
- Place section slices to view and work on model interiors.
- Add pre-made textures like brick, wood, shingles and glass to your models, or create new textures.
- Add pre-made components like trees, cars, doors and windows, and people to your models, or create new components.
- Soften and smooth faces.
- Cast real-time shadows for any location on earth.
- Simulate movie camera placements.
- Perform walk-throughs.
- Create presentation tours.
- Use organic modeling (Sandbox).
- Import 2D images
- Import 3D models and information
- Export 2D images of your models
- Export animations and walk-throughs as MOV or AVI files.
- Create geo-located models and place them in Google Earth.
- Export a Google Earth file directly in KMZ format.
- Share SketchUp models to the 3D Warehouse. For models that have a location in Google Earth, the upload creates a SketchUp (.skp), a Google Earth (.kmz), and a Collada (.zip) file.
- Print the portion of your model that is displayed in the SketchUp drawing window.
- Print and export raster images at a resolution you choose.
- Create add-on programs using the Ruby programming language
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