download instructions

get started with twinmotion

available platforms

Windows 64-bit or macOS

Graphics card

≥6 GB of memory

View system requirements
Estimated file size

23 GB

time to Download

15 mins*

* Download times may be shorter for connections faster than 10 Mbs
 
1

Open the Epic Games launcher

The launcher is where you get access to Twinmotion.
 

Download the launcher

If you don’t already have the Epic Games launcher, you will need to download and install it to access Twinmotion.

or

Already have the launcher?

If you already have the Epic Games launcher installed on your computer, open the launcher to download Twinmotion.
 
2

Install and launch Twinmotion

Once the launcher is opened, log in or create an Epic Games account to access Twinmotion. Once logged in, navigate to the Twinmotion tab and click the Install button to download the most recent version.
 
 
3

Download and install compatibility plugins

Planning to import projects from CAD or BIM software? Explore our compatibility plugins, designed for one-click sync with files from Archicad, Revit, SketchUp Pro, Rhino, and RIKCAD (one-click sync is built in to Vectorworks—no plugin required), and entire scene export from a number of other packages.
 

Frequently asked questions

General Information

Twinmotion is currently available for Windows 7, 8, or 10 (64 bit), and macOS 10.14.6 or later.
See the Twinmotion System Requirements article on our support community site.
Twinmotion features direct one-click synchronization with Archicad, Revit, SketchUp Pro, Rhino (including Grasshopper), RIKCAD, and Vectorworks, and the ability to import entire scenes from 3ds Max, Form-Z, Navisworks, and SolidWorks in uDatasmith format. You can download the relevant plugins from the Twinmotion plugins page (support for Vectorworks is built in).

You can also bring in data from virtually all 3D content creation programs, with support for importing FBX, SKP, C4D, OBJ, 3DS, DAE, DXF, EV, LW, LWB, LWM, LWO, LWS, LXP, PLY, STL, WRL, WRL97, VRML, and X file formats.
No, you don’t need to have Unreal Engine to use Twinmotion.

Licensing

Try Twinmotion for free for as long as you need for the non-commercial use, or upgrade to the full-featured version for yourself or your company.