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After watching this webinar you will be able to  begin working on your project in SketchUp right from the start. There are a few different ways to bring your project into 3D space:
  • Trace a hand-drawn image for an easy (and thus common) way to create a floorplan.
  • Have a set of actual plans? Import a floor plan in CAD, image or PDF. 
  • No floor plans to work with? Use Match Photo to create your model from a real-world photo. 
After that we will cover how to:
Create multiple design options;
Collaborate with Trimble Connect;
Add custom styles to your design;
Create stunning 2D drawings and branded presentation documents (LayOut)
Present your ideas with SketchUp Viewer
and finally Use Trimble Connect visualizer
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Explore a vast 3D library
Need a chair, fern, or unique material? Join the 31 million users each year who find, upload and share almost anything in the world’s most popular free 3D model library.
  • Discover anything - Need to furnish an interior or street scene? Don’t model everything yourself! Discover pre-built models of virtually anything, ready for import.
  • Real-world products - Browse thousands of real-world products from recognized brands. Specify ready-to-buy appliances, furniture, floor  coverings, and building materials.
  • Get sharing - We know you’re proud of what you create in SketchUp. You should be! Share models with the community and inspire others with your designs.
  • Advanced search - Trouble finding what you’re looking for? Use advanced search and filters to narrow down the field and find the ideal model for your needs.
  • Product placement - Have a product others might want to buy? Increase brand awareness and generate leads by placing your product in front of millions of potential buyers.
  • Seamless flow - 3D Warehouse is fully integrated with SketchUp. Move at a swift pace by importing models directly into a project from within the app.
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Alongside SketchUp Pro 2021, our new early-stage research tool, PreDesign is launching. This tool provides designers of buildings, outside spaces, and master plans with the information they need to properly factor climate insights into their initial concepts, getting designs started in the right direction before the modelling process begins. 
PreDesign improves design outcomes—projects will be better informed and designers will have more information to influence preliminary solutions. We think this a new way to ‘start’ architectural design projects in SketchUp. 
We’re excited to introduce a new type of configurable object for SketchUp: 
Live Components. These components will be available for all users to find, download and configure live in SketchUp! 
Users can 
access live components by opening 3D Warehouse and navigating to our collection of models—hosted by SketchUp Labs, a live community Beta program. Simply choose an object and insert it into your SketchUp model. When you double-click to edit a Live Component, the ‘Configure Live Component’ dialog will allow you to control the components ‘parameters’. Unlike Dynamic Components, Live Components redraw themselves as you make adjustments.
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Trimble Connect is a tool for collaboration of work projects between different teams and stages of implementation.
All information about the project is gathered in one place, reviewing the project and subtracting the size and leaving a note is extremely easy.
Changes to the project are made with the web version of SketchUp, saving changes is done directly in the project folder.
Trimble connect has a web and desktop version. In our webinar, we will look at both.
The desktop version has a built-in visualizer, we will import a project model and we will look at the control and visualization options.!
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Twinmotion is one of the easiest software for presenting in an excellent manner all of your exterior and interior projects.
Developed by Epic games and Unreal engine, Twinmotion combines an intuitive icon-driven interface with the power of Unreal engine. The magic happens in real-time, therefore you can create an image or a video in the blink of an eye.
Twinmotion works seamlessly with files from SketchUp, 3DS Max, Cinema 4D, Archicad, Rhino and Revit.
During this webinar we will follow the transfer of a project from SketchUp to Twinmotion. We will put materials in the scene and have a closer look at the control options.
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In this webinar, we're testing a beta version of Project Lavina (now Chaos Vantage) for the first time with a V-Ray scene from SketchUp.
This product classified as a tool from the future of real time visualization. Pure Ray Tracing and Real-Time! New Chaos Group product with RTX NVIDIA GPU only.
Chaos Vantage can completely ray trace massive 3D scenes without workarounds or raster graphics. The 3D artist simply loves and drops their V-Ray scenes to explore them instantly in real-time. find all about this ...
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And that is no surprise, considering how V-Ray paints with light, allowing the artist to express their views way beyond just sketches and so-so representations.
In this webinar you will find out more about:
The User Interface Update - When it comes to new things in V-Ray Next, one of the first noticeable ones is the update in the User Interface. While with V-Ray 3.4, which was the previous major release, Chaosgroup revolutionized the whole interface and completely changed everything from it antecessor, with V-Ray Next the changes are more suitable, but yet – quite noticeable.
Nvidia Denoiser - Another addition to a familiar workflow is also the Nvidia Denoiser implemented in V-Ray Next. Denoising has been a part of V-Ray since the 3.4 version and it allows users to have better results in much less time, just by reducing the noise amount.
V-Ray Cloud - A major release coming for the whole V-Ray family is the V-Ray Cloud. Some of you might already be familiar with this one since the Beta has been roaming around for quite some time.
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Sefaira as extension for SketchUp is a cloud-based software for accessible, meaningful, and easy to do building performance analysis.
Sefaira’s analysis is nimble enough to keep up with the pace of conceptual and schematic design.
Run full annual simulations powered by industry-accredited analysis engines, and get your building performance results in minutes instead of weeks.
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Section planes allow you to create "cut-away" renders of scenes without having to change the (potentially complex) underlying geometry, using oriented planes to slice away obstructing sections from view.
This is related to cut-away diagrams classically used in technical illustration.
In this SketchUp webinar record you can learn how to create 2D drawing from 3D model, to manage your section planes in a quick way and to export an image of your model displaying section cut effects.
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The plants are loaded as simple proxy objects into your SketchUp model.
Laubwerk extension is easy to use for architects and CG artists, looking for authentic 3D plants, and plant scattering tools.
Laubwerk offers easy-to-use software extensions for architects and CG artists looking for authentic 3D plants, and plant scattering tools.
With drag-and-drop simplicity, and easy-to-use tools that modify the shape, age, season and level of detail for each of Laubwerk's stunning 3D plants, users can seamlessly add 3D trees to any CG project. For Autodesk 3ds Max & Maya, MAXON Cinema 4D, Trimble SketchUp, and Python.
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