Enscape is an easy-to-use real-time and Virtual RealityExtension for SketchUp Pro, Rhinoceros, Revit, and ArchiCAD. After installation, it adds a new ribbon that will give you access to a number of tools you can use to control this tool. There is no need to carefully adjust your perspective before rendering, just start Enscape3D Rendering and go to the spots you want. You can polish your graphics using this plugin in the software.
The Enscape3D plugin works in such a way that you do not need to do anything specific. Only by going to it in the software and selecting it and clicking on the option will start the rendering operation. In fact, besides the simple operation for the user, this plugin performs a lot of processing and ultimately brings an excellent result.
You can use this plugin to create panoramic images. You can convert your graphic projects to 360-degree images using it. All these operations come with a simple click on the plugin, making it easy for users to do this.
It transforms your CAD data into a dynamic 3D model, navigable in real-time, allowing you to instantly communicate your design intent to your client. Enscape links to your CAD program, so you can experience every change you make, the moment you make it.
Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10
Intel i5 CPU or higher
4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)
2 GB Video-RAM (4 GB recommended)
NVIDIA or AMD GPU with 2 GB VRAM. Supports OpenGL 4.3. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660/ Quadro K2000 and newer. AMD Radeon R9 260/ FirePro W5100 and newer
Enscape 3D Rendering Software For PC V 2.8.2
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Real-time Walk-through: With its real-time technology, your project is visualized as a fully-rendered 3D walk-through, which can be navigated and explored from every angle, at any time of day. Add this tool to your workflow to give yourself more time to create and innovate.
Virtual Reality: Explore your design in the compelling realism of virtual reality. Connect a VR headset like the Oculus Rift S or HTC Vive in a snap and get ready to walk or fly through your project. You won’t believe the extraordinary experience it will evoke.
Export Functions: It offers a variety of options to share or collaborate with anyone; design teams, clients, and other stakeholders can easily explore your 3D rendered design.
Get wind of Enscape’s cloud settings: Adjust the cloud density and variety to perfect the ambiance and feel of your scene. Depending on your defined parameters, the rendering will appear brighter or darker, the clouds thicker or thinner. Adjust the time of day to see the clouds travel across the dynamic Enscape sky.
Asset Library: It will help you to fill your scene with life and make it even more realistic. Browse through just a small selection from the collection, so you can get a feel for the available models.
Stop explaining your drawings: Start amazing people with your ideas and offer them a virtual reality experience of their architectural project.
360° Panoramas: Share immersive 360° panoramas with colleagues and clients within seconds! It allows you to generate panoramas in both stereo or mono. They can be saved to a file or uploaded into the cloud, where they are accessible via a link. No special app is needed, even for cardboard!
Collaborative Annotation: Whether it’s a change request, material suggestion, or problem, highlight issues directly within the project with the new collaborative annotation feature. Share progress, maintain context, and benefit from continuous communication with your team and external members.
FAQ’s: Learn More About Enscape 3D Rendering
Q: How do I update?
A: There are several options to upgrade:
Follow the link in your trial registration email.
Click the update link in the in-program notification.
Open the “About” window and click the Download Area link.
Q: What engine does Enscape use?
A: It is built on a proprietary OpenGL-based render engine that uses GPU-based culling or tiled shading to handle large architectural projects such as airports and hospitals, which can have over a hundred million polygons and thousands of light sources.
Q: How do I render in Enscape SketchUp?
A: The Take Screenshot button and Batch Rendering button can be found in the Enscape 3D Rendering App Capturing toolbar. Therefore, to render an image conveniently in SketchUp you might want to add the corresponding Enscape toolbar first by right-clicking in the toolbar area and then by selecting the ‘Enscape Capturing’ option.
Enscape is an easy to use real-time rendering plugin. It provides architects with a quicker way to create rich real-time 3D visualization renderings. This allows for faster design iterations with less preparation time, allowing instantaneous design reviews and presentations. No extra training needed.