Twinmotion Adds Sketchfab Integration

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We are pleased to announce that Twinmotion, another member of the Epic Games family, now supports the direct import of Sketchfab models.

Twinmotion is a real-time visualization tool powered by Unreal Engine that enables anyone—including architects, urban planners, landscaping professionals, and designers working on consumer products, transportation, or even fashion—to quickly and easily produce high-quality images, panoramas, standard or 360° VR videos, and interactive presentations from design data. This new integration means that Twinmotion users have access to over 650,000 free, Creative Commons (CC)-licensed assets from Sketchfab, in addition to the existing Twinmotion and Quixel Megascans asset libraries.

Motorcycle” by animanyarty is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Evakuator Car” by nicolasfrenot is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Sand | Rock | Desert | Mountain | Pack” by Erroratten is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Low Poly Desert” by marzipanne is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution.

Twinmotion users can use the integration to access models under CC Attribution, CC Attribution-ShareAlike, CC Attribution NoDerivatives, and CC0 licenses. In the future, Twinmotion plans to add support for the import of paid Sketchfab Store assets. Currently, paid assets can be imported manually as glTF files. Twinmotion runs on both macOS and Windows.

Coffee Cup” by AHMED KCHIKICH is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Italian Coffee Machine” by Kirill1991 is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Coffee Beans- Autodesk Memento” by John Fino (tauricity) is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. “Coffee Paper Bag 3D Scan” by grafi is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution.

How to import Sketchfab models into Twinmotion

For a full explanation of how to import Sketchfab models into Twinmotion, how the app handles Creative Commons attribution, and details on technical limitations, check out their product documentation.

Our recent livestream provides a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of Twinmotion and the new Sketchfab integration.

To see all apps that offer direct import from Sketchfab, check out our Importers page.

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