To find and open a recovered file, open the “Welcome to SketchUp” window, select the Files tab, and select the file you want to recover from the Recent list.
Where do SketchUp AutoSave files go?
For PC, by default the AutoSave file is saved into your “My Documents” folder – but you can change the location under Preferences > Files > Models… [did you?] For MAC, the AutoSave file is always saved in your User > Library > Application Support > SketchUp # > SketchUp > Autosave folder…
How do I open an unsaved file in SketchUp?
Open the SketchUp file by clicking File > Open. Click File > Save As... This will open the Save dialog box. Click the Save as Type drop-down menu and choose the version of SketchUp you would like use to open the file.
How do I recover a tmp file?
How to open a TMP file: example VLC Media Player
- Open VLC Media Player.
- Click on “Media” and select the menu option “Open file”.
- Set the option “All files” and then indicate the location of the temporary file.
- Click on “Open” to restore the TMP file.
How do I convert to old SketchUp?
To do so, please follow these steps:
- Open the version of SketchUp that matches the version of the SketchUp file. …
- Open the SketchUp file by clicking File > Open.
- Click File > Save As…. …
- Click the Save as Type drop-down menu and choose the version of SketchUp you would like use to open the file.
What is Collada file in SketchUp?
COLLADA is an XML-based schema that enables you to transfer data among 3D digital content creation tools, such as SketchUp, Maya, 3ds Max, and Rhino. COLLADA files use the . dae file extension, which stands for digital asset exchange. In SketchUp, you can import and export COLLADA files pretty easily.
What files does SketchUp support?
Using SketchUp Data with Other Modeling Programs or Tools
|File Type||File Extension(s)||SketchUp Pro and Shop Only?|
|CAD files||.dwg , .dxf||PRO and SHOP only|
|Image files||.jpg , .png , .tif , .bmp , .psd , .tga , .epx , .pdf , .eps||Some file types are PRO and SHOP only|
How do you save a 3D model in SketchUp?
When your SketchUp model is ready to export to 3DS, follow these steps: Select File > Export > 3D Model. The Export Model dialog box appears. Navigate to the location where you want to save your file.