Live Home 3D Pro
Live Home 3D Pro
3.7.2

4.2

Live Home 3D Pro free download for Mac

Live Home 3D Pro

3.7.2
02 November 2019

Powerful and intuitive interior design (was Live Interior 3D Pro).

Overview

Live Home 3D Pro is powerful yet intuitive home design software that lets you build the house of your dreams right on your Mac, iPhone or iPad. It has every feature of Live Home 3D, plus some exclusive ones:

  • 2D-elevation view
  • Build three and more stories buildings
  • Additional tools (building block, custom roof)
  • Integrated furniture editing in SketchUp
  • Light editor
  • Camera settings (field-of-view, projection)
  • Advanced material editor
  • Up to Ultra HD video walkthroughs
  • Up to 16Kx16K still shots
  • Up to 8192x4096 panorama images

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Check out the comparison between Standard and Pro editions.

What's new in Live Home 3D Pro

Version 3.7.2:
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements

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10 Live Home 3D Pro Reviews

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Tmconnolly
29 May 2010

Most helpful

This is one of the most enjoyable Mac programs I've ever purchased. I've owned both version 1 and 2. The program makes designing room layouts exceptionally easy. Click the wall tool, click 4 times (the four corners), and you have a room. Click another button and you see it in 3D. Adding doors or windows is as simple as dragging the item from a shelf and dropping it on the wall where it should be. I've used this program for determining if new furniture would fit in my apartment or in a moving van, laying out some friends' entire house (during construction) to help them choose things like floors, cabinets, countertops, and for helping design an in-house theater room with raised seating on the second row. I could go on and on about the great features, but here are 3 examples. You have a PDF of the floor-plans to your home. Drop it into LI3D and draw your walls on top; you're done! Or you want to add your real wall decorations (paintings, photos) to your model, so you take a digital photo and import it into the program. And my favorite, you can find new objects to import in the Google 3D warehouse: plants, chairs, electronics, your car to put in the garage, and those are all free. This program shines in how quickly you can get 80% of your modeling done. It's fast. The 20% that is slow is the fine-tuning of the details: wall color, crown molding, and baseboards, for example. But if you take the time you can create models which are surprisingly realistic, especially for an $80 program.
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Version 2.3.1
iamdavid
20 August 2019
MacUpdate does it again.... this update came out on Jun 14 2019
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Version 3.6.4
Hawke5501
02 January 2018
I noticed this company is starting to hide updates like Adobe and Microsoft. This is a bad sign which may lead to the company developing the same practices as Adobe and Microsoft. Companies like this drift away from good customer service slowly. They may have changed management or been sold but I think this is just the beginning of a slide down hill.
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Version 3.3.3
Brookhaven
23 September 2016
Interesting upgrade pricing. Just asked on the BeLight website for the upgrade price from Live Interior Pro to the replacement Live Home Pro and was quoted $49.99, which is the same price as currently available on the MAS. Following the website purchase process the price for the UK ended up as £47.82 (inc 20% VAT) but the MAS price shows £39.99. Looking at the pricing history of the previous version (on the MAS), there will be probably be plenty of opportunities to upgrade at the current price in the future. HTH
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Version 3.0
Jimw
13 June 2014
Had this product quite a while ago. It may have been the Pro version. Found the updates to costly so switched to open source Sweet Home 3D which is free other than a optional donation and haven't looked back. I find it interesting that the opposite version of Live Interior (Pro or Std) have the most votes for similar software. That wouldn't suggest that employees, friends or relatives of the employees are padding the votes to entice readers to purchase their products, would it? Just observing -:).
Like (4)
Version 2.9.5
1 answer(s)
Mark-1971
Mark-1971
13 November 2014
Upgraded from Standard to Pro today. I should definitely check, maybe I have relatives there :) Btw, nice program and guys from BeLight offered an upgrade at the discounted price. I just do not understand, you bought Pro version for about 100$ and decided to opt for free Sweet Home just because an upgrade to the version you ALREADY have was too expensive? Where is the logic?
Like (5)
YalinO2934
27 May 2014
very good app.
Like (4)
Version 2.9.5
JasonE
05 September 2013
I wish it had the ability to handle round walls. I know it is not common, but it would make it so much easier for those that have to deal with them.
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Version 2.9.1
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
25 December 2012
A new version and still not 64 bit?
Like (2)
Version 2.8.1
Surfspirit
29 December 2011
Beautiful app, easy to use and surprisingly powerful for the price tag! Fast, even in a GMA 950 MacBook. The pro version can export to renderman format that can be used with the free render engine from Pixar itself. My only remarks is for an App that calls it self Live Interior 3D Pro it lacks costs controls, there's no way to insert values for the new paint or the chairs we use and in the end know how the new design will cost...
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Version 2.7.1
Tmconnolly
29 May 2010
This is one of the most enjoyable Mac programs I've ever purchased. I've owned both version 1 and 2. The program makes designing room layouts exceptionally easy. Click the wall tool, click 4 times (the four corners), and you have a room. Click another button and you see it in 3D. Adding doors or windows is as simple as dragging the item from a shelf and dropping it on the wall where it should be. I've used this program for determining if new furniture would fit in my apartment or in a moving van, laying out some friends' entire house (during construction) to help them choose things like floors, cabinets, countertops, and for helping design an in-house theater room with raised seating on the second row. I could go on and on about the great features, but here are 3 examples. You have a PDF of the floor-plans to your home. Drop it into LI3D and draw your walls on top; you're done! Or you want to add your real wall decorations (paintings, photos) to your model, so you take a digital photo and import it into the program. And my favorite, you can find new objects to import in the Google 3D warehouse: plants, chairs, electronics, your car to put in the garage, and those are all free. This program shines in how quickly you can get 80% of your modeling done. It's fast. The 20% that is slow is the fine-tuning of the details: wall color, crown molding, and baseboards, for example. But if you take the time you can create models which are surprisingly realistic, especially for an $80 program.
Like (11)
Version 2.3.1
Maclover1-1
04 March 2009
Overall this could be a great piece of software, yet the 2D drafting tools are a little awkward and make it difficult to be precise, for example the grid becomes very choppy-looking at high magnification percentages (though for precise-snapping/measurements it is often important to magnify a lot as the grid automatically changes it's definition as one changes magnification). It would be nice to have a panel that would allow one to place guides entering their coordinates. I also find that snapping is a little fickle (with no preference to be set in this realm). Also the usual Mac shift/constrain does not apply in this software... Overall it seems to me the 2D environment still needs quite a bit of refining/rethinking. On the 3D side it is pretty-well done.. though the 3D import is limited (.obj support would be welcome for instance.. for example some sort of Poser import to bring in a few people to amke a scene more lively and give a better scaling appreciation of space). Also is no way to decide on a scale of import for 3DS objects (no import preference whatsoever). Last but not least, user-created guides are on a same layer as walls, furniture and all objects, yet cannot be locked as can objects. For exmapl if you do a select all.. your guides get selected. Some sort of layer system (apart from the "storeys") would be very welcome.. as it is the project tree can get quite confusing and it would be nice to be able to create one's own folder structure.. the only way to sort of do this is to group objects. Overall I like this soft.. and really hope it will become a little more refined.
Like (7)
Version 2.1
$49.99

4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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