How do I make a file smaller so I can upload it?
Scan your document at a lower resolution (96 DPI). Crop the image to remove any empty space around it. Shrink the image. Save the file in JPG format instead.
How do I manage heavy files in SketchUp?
Check the following:
- Use components for ALL repeating geometry.
- Purge unused (via model innfo)
- DO NOT insert any files from 3D Warehouse without first checking them in separate file and cleaning them up.
- Use 2D or low poly vegetation if you have it in your model.
How do I simplify models in SketchUp?
Select the component using SketchUp’s select tool. Then click the ‘Simplify Selection’ button in the Skimp toolbar. Drag the simplification slider or enter the desired percentage of reduction and press Enter or Return.
How do I shrink a file?
Open that folder, then select File, New, Compressed (zipped) folder. Type a name for the compressed folder and press enter. Your new compressed folder will have a zipper on its icon to indicate that any files contained in it are compressed. To compress files (or make them smaller) simply drag them into this folder.
How do I reduce the size of a Twinmotion file?
File size: Twinmotion is less sensitive to the number of polygons, but the number of objects count. Therefor we recommend to use the Collaps by Material option during the import to reduce the number of items in the scene graph.
How do you purge in SketchUp 2020?
Or, to purge all your unused items at once, select Window > Model Info, select Statistics in the sidebar on the left, and click the Purge Unused button.
What does purge unused do?
Remove unused views, families, and other objects from the project to improve performance and reduce file size. Before purging unused objects, it is recommended that you create a backup project file. Attention: If the project is workset-enabled, all worksets must be open to use this tool.
How do you speed up a SketchUp layout?
When LayOut is experiencing freezing or lagging, you can increase the program’s performance by changing your rendering settings. You’ll want to set the rendering settings to Raster while editing the file, and once edited you can switch back to Vector or Hybrid for any exporting or printing purposes you might have.