In this video, learn how to place Enscape assets in a scene. Assets include trees, cars, and people for scale and realism.
- [Instructor] Enscape has an interesting category of object … and it's called an asset. … Now, what an asset allows you to do is place a Revit family … inside of the Revit environment, … and then that Revit family will then get rendered … inside of Enscape. … And it gets rendered in a very specific way, … so that it looks just like the way that it looks like … in the preview of Enscape. … Now to see these assets we need to go to the Asset Library, … which can be found on the Enscape tab of the ribbon … inside of Revit. … So if we go to the Asset Library, … here it's going to open up the Asset Library. … Give it a second for it to think and regenerate. … I will point out that over here toward the left-hand side … that in my current version of Enscape … it has 1,930 elements. … If you're using an older version of Enscape … you may have a smaller number of elements. … And if you're using a newer version of Enscape, … it's possible that you could have two, three, … maybe more thousands worth of elements. …
- Starting Enscape from Revit
- Using the navigation tools
- Creating scenes
- Creating videos and panoramas
- Adding sound
- Exporting a project
- Setting exposure, depth of field, contrast, color, and more
- Adjusting rendering quality
- Adjusting settings in the Atmosphere and Capture tabs
- Adding fogs, wind, clouds, and more
- Customizing preferences and performance settings
Skill Level Beginner
Unreal Engine: Arch Viz Design Techniqueswith Simon Manning52m 50s Intermediate
Unity 3D 2019 Essential Trainingwith Emmanuel Henri4h 12m Beginner
Render straight from Revit1m 20s
1. Enscape Basics
2. Creating Scenes
3. Visual Settings: Rendering an Image
4. Visual Settings: Atmosphere and Capture
5. General Settings
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