Why choose between a real-time tool and a photorealistic renderer? Twinmotion gives you both. In less time than you ever thought possible, you can create gorgeous high-resolution stills, high-quality videos, and compelling immersive real-time experiences—all from the same project.
Fast, easy, and fun
Twinmotion's intuitive user interface and drag-and-drop workflows mean that you don't have to be a software wiz to get up to speed. Even complex effects like changing the season or making pedestrians follow a path are achieved in a couple of clicks.
A new industry standard
It's no coincidence that major architectural firms the world over trust Twinmotion to communicate their visions. And with an ongoing partnership with Autodesk Revit—Twinmotion is now included with every seat—Twinmotion is fast becoming the go-to tool for real-time visualization across the industry.
Forget about dead ends and black boxes. Your Twinmotion project can go directly into Unreal Engine, where you can transform it into a sophisticated experience with custom interactions that tells exactly the story you need it to—without starting again from scratch.
Intuitive tools, powerful results
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Aggregate, iterate, communicate
Twinmotion offers direct one-click synchronization with Allplan, Archicad, BricsCAD, Revit, Rhino, RIKCAD, SketchUp Pro, and Vectorworks—plus support for many other packages and formats—so you can iterate to your heart's content without starting over; you can even aggregate data from more that one package into the same project.
Bring your scene to life
Twinmotion's constantly expanding library offers several thousand assets, including PBR materials and IES lights; a vast resource of furnishings and props; animated and ready-posed humans; and even Smart Assets like doors that automatically open on approach. Plus, get built-in access to thousands of high-quality Quixel Megascans.
Put it all in context
Whether you're looking for accurate geolocation for sun and shade studies, beautiful HDRI sky lighting to set your scene, tranquil lakeside or oceanside settings, or even landscapes that mature over time and change with the weather and season, Twinmotion's got you covered.
Share your vision
From your single Twinmotion project, you can create gorgeous path-traced stills and videos, immersive VR experiences and interactive presentations, and explorable panorama sets. And then you can share it all with anyone, anywhere in the world via a simple web URL, thanks to Twinmotion Cloud.
This introductory course will guide you on your first steps with Twinmotion, from familiarizing yourself with the UI, to importing your model, navigating the scene, and using the industry templates.
Frequently asked questions
What am I allowed to do with the Twinmotion free trial?
The Twinmotion trial is freely available for anyone to use for an unlimited period of time for testing the product; it may not be used for commercial purposes. The trial includes the full features of Twinmotion, with the exception of exports being limited to a 2K resolution.
Can I purchase Twinmotion through a reseller?
Yes, Epic has partnered with a number of global resellers who may be able to provide localized training and support, as well as enabling you to purchase multiple licenses. Visit our Twinmotion reseller page to view our partners.
What software is supported by Twinmotion?
Twinmotion features direct one-click synchronization with Allplan, Archicad, BricsCAD, CET, Revit, Rhino (including Grasshopper), RIKCAD, SketchUp Pro, SOLIDWORKS, and Vectorworks, and the ability to import entire scenes from 3ds Max, CityEngine, Form-Z, and Navisworks in uDatasmith format. In addition, you can export your Twinmotion projects to Unreal Engine. You can download the relevant plugins from the Twinmotion plugins page (support for Allplan, BricsCAD, CityEngine, Revit 2024, and Vectorworks is built into the source apps).
You can also bring in data from virtually all 3D content creation programs, with support for importing FBX, SKP, C4D, OBJ, glTF, 3DS, DAE, DXF, EV, LW, LWB, LWM, LWO, LWS, LXP, PLY, STL, WRL, WRL97, VRML, and X file formats.