You can also reduce the file size within the Sketchup Web App. With the app open, click on the “components” icon in the righthand toolbar to open the “components” tab. There is a button at the top of the tab with a recycling icon on it. Click on this button to purge any unused components in your model.
How do you simplify a component in SketchUp?
Simplifying your SketchUp Model
- Above is the original model from the 3D Warehouse. …
- Select the component using SketchUp’s select tool. …
- Drag the simplification slider or enter the desired percentage of reduction and press Enter or Return.
How do I optimize my SketchUp model?
Follow these tips to keep your model light and optimize SketchUp’s performance:
- Stick to simple styles. …
- Components are your friends. …
- Hide geometry you don’t currently need. …
- Choose JPEGs over TIFFs. …
- Disable fog and shadows. …
- Purge data that you don’t need anymore.
How do I reduce edges and faces in SketchUp?
How to Remove Unsightly Edges from Your SketchUp Model
- Use the Eraser. To smooth edges with the Eraser tool, hold down the Ctrl key (Option on the Mac) while you click or drag over the edges you want to smooth.
- Use the Soften Edges dialog box.
How do I reduce file size?
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 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 I reduce the size of a Figma file?
This is a Figma Community plugin.
- Select any objects that contain images.
- Run the plugin.
- Set compression level and specify whether PNG’s should be converted to JPEG’s.
- Click “Compress” button.
How do you resize a frame in Figma without content?
To change the size of the frame without affecting its contents, press and hold the Command key ( Ctrl on Windows) when dragging with your mouse.