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How does it work

Follow the following 8 simple steps to set up a stunning visualization in Twinmotion:

Step 1: Import

Twinmotion is able to import many file types directly (SKP, DWG, DAE, FBX, C4D, LI3). The imported files can be updated at any time, without losing modifications and materials. To improve your project, you can import images and videos as well.  

Step 2: Environment

Setting your environment is possible through an intuitive slider system. You can customize it yourself because you will have full control over the sky, clouds, fog, particles (rain / snow), wind and its impact on the used vegetation: on everything you do, you will get real time feedback!  

Step 3: Library

The library of Twinmotion offers a wide range of materials. You will have control over the UV scale, opacity, halo effects, illumination, brightness and bump mapping.

Twinmotion also offers a wide range of customizable light sources: classic (spots, level, multi-directional) and IES (also ability to import your own IES files).

Last but not least, you can dress up your model with more than 500 objects, organized in various categories.


Step 4: Landscape

Set up your environment by choosing your landscape and terrain (desert, mountains) and adjust the surfaces by pushing / pulling the ground in different sizes and shapes. You can also use the 'Painting' tool to paint textures of rocks, sand and earth on your landscape.  

Step 5: Vegetation

By using the 'Brush' tool, you can create a complete forest on a defined area with choice of tree species, sizes and densities. All vegetation will be animated, so grass and 3D trees will react to the wind and adapt to the season.  

Step 6: Crowd & Traffic

Next thing is to cheer up your scene with characters and vehicles. All characters and vehicles can follow a path, which can be defined with a few clicks. You can use different types of characters (professional, casual, mixed ..) and even control the speed of the cars passing by.  

Step 7: Visual Effects

Choose a focal, vignetting and lens deviations. The color of your scene can be changed with 29 types of colors. The scene can also be transformed by the use of a filter: white model, black & white, sketch, etc.  

Step 8: Export

You can use the intuitive camera editor to choose the scene of your image or frames for your animation. You can display construction phases and customize your clip through the environment visual effects, ratios and resolutions. Animations can be exported in MP4 and WMV (H.264), even in 3D stereo video! Images will be exported in PNG format.  
Dutch-NetherlandsEnglish (United Kingdom)
Windows 7 - 10 (64-bit)
Mac OS X 10.12 - 10.13

Intel i7 3GHz or higher
16GB RAM or higher
8 GB Video Card or higher

Complete system requirements can be read here.

Buy & Pricing
Twinmotion has got an advice selling price of:

€ 1.650,-

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8 Simple Steps

From a plain model to a rich visualization in 8 simple steps.