Assets are a fundamental part of the design process, giving context and life to a project. This release introduces the Adjustable Asset series, a selection of assets with modifiable functions, offering more flexibility when working with assets. You also get the following:
Experience the speed and ease of real-time visualization with these updates.
Choose from multiple versions of the same asset. Filter by the tag ‘adjustable’ to find all the assets with this functionality. You can mark the variants as favourites and use them for multi-asset placement.
Also findable by using the ‘adjustable’ tag, this function lets you change the colour or material of an asset via a customization panel. You can adjust parameters to accentuate or blend assets in scenes.
Quickly modify a group of assets at once. You can select, de-select, replace, or delete them. This feature is available to all assets in the Enscape Asset Library.
We added to the recently launched collection of unique assets, bringing the total to over 90. What makes these assets special is they are exclusive to Enscape; you won’t find them anywhere else.
An update to an existing feature, you can now enjoy improved compositing of semi-transparent materials with a different background in the Alpha Channel export.
Enhance the realism of design scenes with improved indirect lighting in interiors and more accurate indirect lighting in mirror reflections. Available for users who have a GPU with hardware-accelerated ray-tracing support.
Enscape 3.5 also includes an improved workflow for Rhino users where the asset geometry will be placed on the current layer, a User Area in the Toolbar for your Enscape User Account, certified SpaceMouse support, Revit 2024 support, and an orthographic views update for Revit.
Enscape 3.5 new functions tutorial
Required CAD/BIM Software
The Enscape 3.5 plug-in is provided for the following host applications:
Enscape is not provided as a plugin for Revit LT because Revit only allows the addition of third-party plugins in the full version of the software. This is a limitation set by Autodesk.
On Windows, the Enscape plugin will be installed for all of the above-listed host applications by default unless otherwise specified by the user during the installation process. This means you do not require a dedicated installer specific to each individual host application, and you can specify which CAD or CADs you want to install Enscape for during the installation procedure.
Note: There are conflicts with two other Revit plugins: Colorizer and Techviz. To avoid incompatibilities, please uninstall them before using Enscape.
System Requirements Windows– click here
System Requirements Mac– click here