PlaceMaker is a plugin for SketchUp that allows you to import High resolution Aerials, 3D buildings, Parametric 3D roads and walks and even bodies of water and trees. It will save you hours, if not days, of work and create instant cities from across the world.
Quick to learn and simple to use, locate your site through the PlaceMaker interface and start importing. Currently you can import in buildings, roads, paths, trees, water bodies and high resolution aerials. Everything to get your project started with rich context and detail.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does PlaceMaker come with any high resolution aerial credits?
What is PlaceMaker and how does it work?
Is the coverage global? South America? Asia? Middle East? Europe? (not just USA!!!)
What information do you get?
Can I edit the imported roads and buildings?
But where are all the Buildings?
Is there a Trial or Demo version? How does it work?
What are the software and hardware requirements?
What is the Revit Export Feature? Will it export to other programs?
What do you mean by BaseMap?
How does Licensing work? Does it expire?
Can I move my license to another computer?
Is volume licensing and discounts available?
Are student and educator licenses available?
Is there a discount when I renew my subscription?
Does PlaceMaker have a floating license option?
Who qualifies for a renewal?
How do I renew my license subscription?
How much does it cost to renew?
Will I get charged for a renewal automatically?
Will I get notified when my subscription is about to expire?
My email address has changed since I purchased PlaceMaker. How do I renew?
Do I need to purchase the same number of renewals as my current number of licenses?
When will my renewal expire?
How do I activate my renewal?
Can the PlaceMaker Add Location (Select Place) Tool import terrain data?
Does PlaceMaker work with Terrain?
How do I get the high resolution imagery onto Terrain?
Can I use my own terrain and imagery data?
Why are there no buildings in the area?
Help, SketchUp hangs every time I try to make a place!
Why are the buildings not the correct height?