In this video, learn where the commands for Enscape are located in Revit so you can find the commands you need in a timely manner.
- When you use Enscape™ inside of Revit, you'll find the vast majority of the commands on the ribbon inside of Revit. In this case, I'm using Revit 2021. And if we look up here on the ribbon and then just go across the top, eventually you'll find Enscape™, click on Enscape™. Then over toward the left hand side, you'll start to see the commands that you can execute in order to start the program, view various views, various different kinds of Tools that are available to you for exporting out your Enscape™ renderings, or perhaps various Enscape™ videos that get produced. There are commands for your Asset Library, which includes such things as trees and people, various different kinds of assets that render when you're doing your three dimensional models renderings inside of Enscape™. There's also a Panorama option which allows you to create custom panoramas and we'll talk about that. There are uploads available, which means that you can actually upload this Enscape™ file up to the internet. And then people can go to that webpage and then view that three dimensional model in a webpage environment. You can add sounds to your Enscape™ presentation. Also, if you happen to have a monitor that's not very big or is that a very low resolution. You may end up seeing individual buttons instead of these individual commands. And anytime that you see one of these individual buttons, in this case it's kind of cut off but it does say settings. It happens to be a button named after in this case, if it was a video it would have been Video. And then you would have seen three different things underneath Video. For Settings, we can see that there's General settings and Visual settings and we'll talk about what's underneath each of those. Those in fact are some of the most important settings inside of the software program. Another thing that I can do is just click on the software program and then just try to drag it over. And you'll notice that once those buttons can then fit on the screen. In this case, this was that Settings button, and now we can see that we've got the General Settings to Visual Settings. We can now look over a little bit further and see some more different commands there's still available to us on the ribbon. And that includes Feedback, which allows you to provide feedback to the actual designers at the Enscape™ software program. So if you want to have certain features get incorporated in the future versions, this is your chance to start to request some of those. And then finally there is an About, and then by just clicking on that About button, you'll end up getting all the information associated with this very specific version of Enscape™, including such things as the build number and the ability to actually check for new versions. And if there happens to be a new version of Enscape™, this is where you can click on it. And it will go through the process of opening up a webpage, allowing you to download the latest and greatest Enscape™. And then you can install that so that you can use it going forward into the future. And finally, if I wanted to bring this back so that I could see those first buttons again, I could either just move my Revit over or I could click right here on maximize and just let it expand again and once again, I can see my button over here on the left-hand side. So on the ribbon inside of Revit is where the vast majority of the commands are that you need in order to run Enscape™.
- 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