Create fog in a scene.
- [Instructor] Enscape has an effect,…which they're calling Fog.…And we can find that underneath the Atmosphere tab,…underneath Settings.…Now, Fog has two different settings associated with it.…The first one is Atmosphere…and this really controls how much fog is in the scene.…If you move it all the way over to 0%…it means that there's absolutely no fog,…basically no moisture in the air of the scene.…If you move it all the way over to 100%,…you have not a completely dense fog,…but a fairly dense fog,…which is kind of hard to see through.…
By default, it usually defaults down to about 20%.…It's really up to you how much fog…that you want to add to the scene.…It's not unusual for me to just leave it at zero,…because I don't care.…But you can set that at any setting that you want,…as you long as you get the correct effect…for what you're trying to communicate.…Then, there's a Sky setting…and the Sky setting really is more of a smog setting,…meaning how much particles,…how much dirt is flying through the air.…
If you set it at zero, you'll have very clean air.…
- Starting Enscape from Revit
- Using the navigation tools
- Setting the time of day
- Creating scenes
- Exporting the project
- Enscape view creation within Revit
- Creating panoramas
- Rendering quality
- Sky orb brightness
- Saving and restoring settings
Skill Level Intermediate
Unreal Engine: Architectural Visualizationwith Adam Crespi3h 53m Intermediate
1. Enscape Basics
2. Creating Scenes
3. Settings: General
4. Settings: Scenes
5. Settings: Interface and Video
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