Create a two-point perspective of the model.
- [Instructor] Underneath the settings in Enscape,…there's another mode which can be adjusted…so that we can see some changes to our scene.…And that's called the Architectural Two-Point…Perspective mode.…Now if you're standing right inside of the scene,…there's a good chance you may not see much…of a difference by,…underneath the General tab,…clicking on the Architectural Two-Point Perspective.…But there can be a fairly massive difference…if you zoom out from your scene.…So what I'd like to do is click the check box…next to the Architectural Two-Point Perspective,…come into Revit,…then go to the 3D view which is up above…and allows us to see the entire scene.…
Right now this just looks like a model.…And that's what it is.…We're looking at the model from up above,…and at sort of an angle.…But if we decide to draw this model,…with a more traditional Architectural Two-Point…Perspective look,…we could put a check mark next to it…and now we can notice that there is a change…that suddenly happened.…And it's not necessarily a shift in the camera position.…
- 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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