SketchUp Pro is a professional 3D rendering application which provides easy-to-use tools to allow any user to quickly create 3D models.
You will be able to make your ideas come to life using 3D models, communicate project details with your peers, and share them as well.
SketchUp Pro also includes a Style Builder for creating unique sketchy-edge Styles for your SketchUp models, and the LayOut tool for documenting 2D models.
SketchUp Pro is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X and Windows.
Here are some key features of "SketchUp Pro":
· Create accurate 3D models in a snap
· Share files with other apps of this kinds
· 2D design document creator
· Export PDF documents, presentations, etc
· 2.1+ GHz Intel processor
· 1 GB RAM minimum / 2 GB recommended
· 300 MB hard-disk space minimum / 500 recommended
· 3D class Video Card with 128 MB of memory or higher minimum / 3D class Video Card with 512+ MB of memory or higher recommended
· 3 button, scroll-wheel mouse.
· Some SketchUp features require an active internet connection.
· QuickTime 5.0 and web browser for multimedia tutorials.
· 8 hours trial.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· You know how SketchUp lets you easily create multiple copies of an object with your keyboard? Those are called arrays, and now LayOut lets you make them, too. Move a copy, type how many copies you want, type the letter ‘x’ and Enter.
Curved Label Leader Lines:
Creating a jauntily curved callout line for a label used to be a five-step, two-handed operation:
· Click. Click. Tool switch. Double-click. Click-drag-with-a-modifier-key.
Dashes in Dimensions:
· Ask the guy with the 86 foot ceiling if readable dimensions are important. It’s a little thing, but we added dashes to LayOut’s dimension labels to make them easier to read.
Faster Screen Redraw:
· Every time you zoom, pan or move an entity on the page, LayOut has to re-draw the picture you see on your screen. For this version, we massaged the code so there’s a noticeable improvement in the speed at which this happens. LayOut should feel snappier, especially as your document gets more complex.
· Introducing Extension Warehous...