Question:

Does sketchup pro work on mac?

3 October, 2021 Tomi Menjivar 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: WALTER KAZMIERCZAK
    14 October, 2021

    SketchUp Pro does indeed work on a Mac. SketchUp is a 3D design software for professionals in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) industries. It has been used in all 50 U.S. States by hundreds of thousands of designers, architects and engineers from the world's leading organizations - including many Fortune 500 companies - to help turn their ideas into reality more quickly without ever having to leave your 3D workspace -- making it easier than ever before to collaborate with others on any part of a project anywhere they are, too!

  • AUTHOR: LEIGHA COBY
    14 October, 2021

    Yes. We offer both Mac and Windows versions of SketchUp. The quick answer is that they work the same, but the user interface is different. The short answer for why its not just a scaled up version of a Window version is that a few core system components are either completely different or have been heavily modified to work on a Mac system without major crashes. On top of this, we've also made some other tweaks to the user interface elements themselves in order to accommodate for our mouse-centric workflow on Windows vs our multi-touch flow on Macs. In general it works better than before! But if you want more details.. A lot goes into making sure SketchUp will run smoothly across platforms.

  • AUTHOR: AUSTIN ANTES
    14 October, 2021

    SketchUp Pro work on Mac? Yes, SketchUp Pro is available for Mac. Even though there are some differences when compared with the Windows version (for example, some windows don't overlap in the same way), most of the features work identically between platforms. The only exceptions to this can be 3D printing and extensions that include special plug-ins. Since SketchUp doesn't support .avi or .mov files (and these two formats are not supported by QuickTime) and because we're working in a professional environment, we only use video capture software like Camtasia or ScreenFlow to record our screen activities. Thank you for asking!

  • AUTHOR: ALEXANDER PECORA
    14 October, 2021

    Sketchup pro works on mac! I'm not sure if you can find any sketchup tutorials that are specific to mac, but it's possible. I would recommend trying the free version of sketchup, and then upgrading when you're comfortable with the program. Sketchup is cross platform compatible so feel free to install it on your computer whether it be a Windows or Mac OS machine. Good luck! -SketchUp Support Team. This answer was edited by (sketchupsupportteam) on Jun 4, 2019 5:09 PM Last updated by (sketchupsupportteam) at 6 hours ago - 7 edits total.

  • AUTHOR: KYLE MOTE
    14 October, 2021

    I'm not sure. I know Trello is available for both Windows and the Mac..so if you don't feel like checking yourself, you can at least go install it. I recommend installing software on your computer before asking questions about it so that when someone reads your question they can just link to a tutorial or how-to article for the solution. It's also helpful to include information about what kind of computer hardware and software you're using in order to help other people give accurate responses and advice! Did this answer your question? If not, please let me know in the comments section below and we'll keep researching until we find the answer!

  • AUTHOR: JERRY DAMRON
    14 October, 2021

    SketchUp Pro is only available on Windows and Mac. If you want to view your files in a format that SketchUp understands we recommend that you use the free, open source software LibreOffice Draw. You will find that it behaves just like an application for working with Microsoft Office documents. Since 2D 2D drawings are basically just pixel-based vector graphics, they can be displayed and edited in any suitable viewing/editing software without concern for operating system or computer architecture differences. Your work can be viewed by anyone whether seated at a desk using X11 or Linux systems, running Microsoft Windows whose machines were manufactured by Dell , Lenovo, HP, Sony VAIO Compyryou name it!