See the light levels within the view.
- [Instructor] Enscape has what's called a light view…to give us an idea of how many lumens…are currently lighting up a scene.…If you put a check mark next to light view,…underneath the Enscape settings' general tab,…and then look at Enscape,…we'll see a variety of different colors…occur here inside of the Enscape display.…Zero lux is total darkness.…80,000 is just incredibly bright.…So, anything that's in the red,…is probably a little too bright for the scene.…
Anything that's at the dark end of blues,…is probably very dark in the scene…and you may want to lighten it up a little bit…depending on what it is that you want to focus on…inside of the scene.…I'll also mention that by doing something…as simple as changing the time of day in the scene,…that we can adjust the way that these…light levels display.…To change the time of day while keeping…this mode on, make sure that the light view…still has a check mark in it,…then hold down the shift key on the keyboard…and then right click with your mouse.…
Then gently move your mouse across the scene.…
- 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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