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SketchUp is useful from the earliest stages of design to the end of construction. Programming, diagramming, design development, detailing, documentation, RFIs - wherever you need drawings, you need SketchUp Pro.

What's new in SketchUp Pro 2017
Trimble Connect: Trimble Connect is a new way to store, sync, reference, share, and collaborate on design/build projects.

Reload 3D Warehouse Models: 3D Warehouse models can work as reference objects in any project. Download a model from 3D Warehouse, then reload it to update changes to every instance of that component.

LayOut Cloud References: LayOut’s reference objects are web friendly. That means your LayOut projects can reference and update files that are stored and synced with services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and Trimble Connect Sync.

A new LayOut API: The first step towards an extension ecosystem for LayOut. Using this new API developers can now create and customize .layout files from SketchUp models.

SketchUp Mobile Viewer 2.1: SketchUp’s mobile app now works on phones and tablets, and connects to Trimble Connect and Dropbox.

What's new in SketchUp Pro 2015

Under the hood

  • For the first time ever, you can use over 4GB RAM with the 64-bit version for Windows and Mac machines.
  • Sharpened 'Face-Finder,' the code SketchUp uses to create faces while you’re modeling. Look for big improvements in operations like explode, especially in your behemoth-sized models.
  • SketchUp is now self-aware of styles that help your model render faster. You'll notice 'Fast Styles' badged in the styles window, including those you create yourself.

New Tools

  • SketchUp 2015 features an official Rotated Rectangle tool, so you can now draw precise rectangles unbound by default axes.
  • With the new 3-point Arc tool - which defines bulges by choosing three points - there are now four different ways to draw arc'ed edges.
  • Overhauled LayOut’s Label tool. You can now conveniently place and align beautiful, two-segmented leader labels. The label text tool is also a lot smarter. Placing a label gives you the option to choose information you’d like to associate with it. Component attributes, BIM classifications, face areas: go on, label as you like.

Smoothing out edges

  • SketchUp Pro licensing is now friendlier than your favorite barista. Every SketchUp 2015 download starts with a 30-day trial of Pro features. Even better, 2015 Pro licenses can be used on a Mac or a PC. Enterprise and Network licenses? Those are way easier too.
  • With an IFC File import, SketchUp Pro 2015 is the most information modeling-friendly release yet. Also sharpened is Classifier, the tool for applying industry standard types that stay with your model as it travels between BIM tools.
  • There's also a slew of new Ruby API features to help SketchUp extension developers create tools that manage layers, classifications, section cuts and more. Queue the next generation of information modeling tools...


What's new in SketchUp Pro 2014

Models galore, easier to find and use

SketchUp’s universe of free 3D models is almost infinite; the improvements made to 3D Warehouse make that universe infinitely more useful. From fully-interactive model previews to an entirely new UI, the changes in 2014 are huge.

BIM classification and interoperability

With SketchUp Pro 2014, you don’t have to sell a kidney or go back to school to start adding elements of BIM (Building Information Modeling) to your models. There are added features for classifying objects and exporting files according to some of the industry’s most common BIM standards.

Time-saving tools for documentation

When designing things that you will not be building yourself, it all comes down to the documents. LayOut in SketchUp Pro 2014 takes care of dates, page numbers, and repetitive text so you can focus on what matters: making better drawings.

SketchUp 2014. Now with more oomph.

Everyone wants SketchUp to get faster. That's why the code is tweaked every version to speed things up. This time, Trimble have supercharged shadows in big models and made vector rendering in LayOut more than ten times as quick.

Who uses SketchUp Pro? Everyone

Hundreds of thousands of professionals in (take a deep breath) architecture, construction, engineering, commercial interiors, light construction, landscape architecture, kitchen & bath design, urban planning, game design, film & stage, woodworking, and plenty of other fields use SketchUp Pro all the time, every day. It's the all-purpose antidote to complicated, expensive CAD software.

A smarter way to think about 3D modelling

SketchUp Pro is like a pencil with superpowers. Start by drawing lines and shapes. Push and pull surfaces to turn them into 3D forms. Stretch, copy, rotate and paint to make anything you like. More advanced? Start modelling from CAD and terrain data, photographs or even hand sketches. Build models with custom behaviours and attributes. SketchUp Pro is as simple and as powerful as you want it to be.

Turn your models into drawings with LayOut

At some point in every project, you need to produce a set of drawings that shows your model: plans, sections, elevations, perspectives. LayOut in SketchUp Pro lets you add model views to pages, choose drawing scales, adjust line weights and add dimensions, callouts and graphics. Changes to your model are reflected automatically in LayOut. When it's time, export PDFs, images and CAD files.

Get good, fast

There's a reason SketchUp is synonymous with friendly and forgiving 3D modelling software: SketchUp doesn't sacrifice usability for the sake of functionality. With handy contextual tips, a dedicated Instructor panel for beginners, and mountains of online resources, help is always on the way. And just in case, every SketchUp Pro license includes a year of free technical support.

No software is an island

SketchUp Pro was built to slide right into your existing workflow. Ready for some alphabet soup? With importers for DXF, DWG, 3DS, DAE, KMZ, TIF, JPG, PNG and a few more, you can bring in drawings, models and images to your heart's content. SketchUp Pro also exports all of those formats, plus PDF, OBJ, FBX, XSI, VRML, MP4, WEBM and AVI. OMG.

Slides are boring. Present from SketchUp Pro.

Scenes let you save views of your model to pull up anytime. Styles provide endless visual effects to make your work look precise, sketchy or anything in between. Section Planes slice through models for creating sectional views. Go fullscreen, walk around, add labels and export flyover animations. Present from SketchUp Pro and get your point across every single time.

Models and plugins aplenty

Need a particular chair for the room you're designing? A lamp for your carriage house? A rhino for your zoo? You'll find almost anything you need in SketchUp's 3D Warehouse, the world's biggest repository of free 3D models. And as for plugins that provide extra features and tools, the all-new Extension Warehouse is your ticket to add-on nirvana.

Don't just design. Analyse.

SketchUp Pro can accurately predict where shadows will fall, given any time, date and location on earth. It can show you exactly what you'll see from anywhere in your model. It will precisely calculate the area of any surface or material, or the volume of any enclosed 3D shape. It lets you add attributes to objects, and can spit out lists and reports with deliciously useful data.

A world of context - literally

In about two minutes, you can choose a section of the world to bring into your SketchUp Pro model - up to a square kilometer at a time. For free, you'll get aerial imagery, a 3D terrain model and lat-long data to produce accurate shadow studies. From there, you can import pre-modelled buildings for site context and use Google Maps Street View imagery to model anything else you need.

A place for everything and everything in its place

Your mother always told you that the key to 3D modelling success was tidiness and organisation. Make your models easy to work on and easy to present. Use groups and components to divvy up your geometry into logical chunks. Layers come in handy for separating big pieces of your model, and the Outliner is a way to see everything at once.

Windows 10, Windows 8+ and Windows 7+

  • Software Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher.
  • SketchUp Pro requires .NET Framework version 4.0.

SketchUp for Windows can run on either 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, note that you must download and install the appropriate version for your operating system.

Recommended hardware

  • 2+ GHz processor.
  • 8+ GB RAM.
  • 700 MB of available hard-disk space.
  • 3D class Video Card with 1 GB of memory or higher. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 2.0 or higher and up to date.

SketchUp's performance relies heavily the graphics card driver and its ability to support OpenGL 2.0 or higher. Historically, people have seen problems with Intel-based cards with SketchUp. Trimble doesn't recommend using these graphics cards with SketchUp at this time.

  • 3 button, scroll-wheel mouse.
  • Some SketchUp features require an active internet connection.

Minimum hardware

  • 1 GHz processor.
  • 4 GB RAM.
  • 16 GB of total hard-disk space.
  • 500 MB of free hard-disk space.
  • 3D class Video Card with 512 MB of memory or higher. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 2.0 or higher and up to date.


MAC OSX 10.11+(El Capital), 10.10+ (Yosemite) and 10.9+ (Mavericks)

Software

  • QuickTime 5.0 and web browser for multimedia tutorials.
  • Safari.

Neither Boot Camp, VMWare nor Parallels are supported environments.

Recommended hardware

  • 2.1+ GHz Intel processor.
  • 8 GB RAM.
  • 700 MB of available hard-disk space.
  • 3D class Video Card with 1GB MB of memory or higher. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 2.0 or higher and up to date.

Note: SketchUp's performance relies heavily the graphics card driver and it's ability to support OpenGL 2.0 or higher. Historically, people have seen problems with Intel-based cards with SketchUp. We don't recommend using these graphics cards with SketchUp at this time.

  • 3 button, scroll-wheel mouse.
  • Some SketchUp features require an active internet connection.

Minimum hardware

  • 2.1+ GHz Intel processor
  • 4 GB RAM.
  • 500 MB of available hard-disk space.
  • 3D class Video Card with 512 MB of memory or higher. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 2.0 or higher and up to date.
  • 3 button, scroll-wheel mouse.

Note: To use your license with SketchUp Pro you must have Internet access.

Compatibility Changes
SketchUp 2016
With the release of SketchUp 2016 we’ve removed support for OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and earlier.

SketchUp 2015
With the release of SketchUp 2015 support removed for Windows Vista, Windows XP and OS X 10.7 (Lion) and earlier. Additionally you must have Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or greater.

SketchUp 2014
No System requirement changes were made.

SketchUp 2013
With the release of SketchUp 2013 the level of support offered for Windows XP was reduced and support for OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and earlier was removed.

SketchUp 8
With the release of SketchUp 8, support for OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and earlier was removed.

SketchUp 7
With the release of SketchUp 7, support for Windows 2000 and earlier was removed.

High DPI Support
SketchUp is DPI aware and can adjust the sizes of Icons so they are sized correctly for High DPI screens. Icons are sized when SketchUp starts up. If you adjust your DPI or scaling (Microsoft Windows – but only up to 150%) you will need to restart SketchUp to see correctly sized Icons. Note that SketchUp does not yet scale elements in the drawing window which may result in very small elements on very large screens.

Unsupported environments
Windows Vista and older
These versions of Windows are no longer supported.

Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and older
These versions of OS X are no longer supported.

Linux
A Linux version of SketchUp isn't available at this time. However, you may be interested to see how others have had success running SketchUp on Linux using Wine.

Virtualized Environments
At this time, SketchUp doesn't support operation in a virtualized environments such as VMWare or Citrix.
Per the Sketchup Pro License in section 1.1: You may not use or host the Software in a virtual server environment.

Boot Camp/Parallels/VMWare
Neither Boot Camp, VMWare nor Parallels are supported environments.

Note: SketchUp will run on multiple-processor machines; however, SketchUp will only use one processor. SketchUp doesn't support hyper-threading or multi-threading at this time.

Note: You can use Logitech 3D Motion Controllers from 3Dconnexion to create models in SketchUp. The 3Dconnexion website has more information about these controllers.

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