Enscape settings saved with model

  • I love Enscape, it's so fast and such a joy to use, but, and there is only one but, I hate having to save all models as a preset and hunting for them when I open the model and Enscape again, is there any way to save all my settings with the Sketchup model?

  • I would really like to see this too.


    My process just now is to click 'render image' button, then while it's rendering I click the button to make the current Enscape view a scene and type in the description field (in the native application) any changes from the default Enscape settings that I make (FOV, brightness, etc.) By the time I've typed that, the scene has finished rendering.

    I can then re-create the exact scene with the same settings used at any time.

  • Do you think that individual settings in addition to settings for the project would be beneficial as well?

    by "individual settings" do you mean per scene/keyframe/panorama? If it did this, then saving per project would not be necessary any more and various settings could be saved globally for use in any project: the saved settings would then be for 'mood' and 'feel' or internal/external/day/night.... etc. as a starting point to be tweaked per saved view point (no matter it's use).


    Although, custom skyboxes, save locations and Customization settings could have an option to be saved per project? (If there are no saved settings detected in the same location as the project's native file location when the project is loaded in the native application, then it uses the default settings)

  • ? I'm still confused

    - Saving settings in my opinion should be like externally saving a component for a model: available for use globally in any project.

    - However you may need to create a component within a project that is only relevant for that project: it's created and loaded multiple times within the project, but not saved externally.

    - And you have Groups of objects (settings in this case) that are individual and do not need to be repeated.


    I think you are talking about the middle one and I am talking about the top and bottom ones.

  • I was thinking similar to how Render engine plugins work, they keep all details with the skp files, so when you open a previously saved model you just start the render app and hit render, it remembers your past settings.

  • I was thinking similar to how Render engine plugins work, they keep all details with the skp files, so when you open a previously saved model you just start the render app and hit render, it remembers your past settings.

    Same for revit, with the added challenge that multiple people are working on the same file (at the same time). But being able to reliably "re-render" the same view with the exact same settings is important. Most projects present the same views week after week, so people can easily track design progress.


    If the settings would be saved in the view, that would make it a lot easier to re-render them.

  • Same for revit, with the added challenge that multiple people are working on the same file (at the same time). But being able to reliably "re-render" the same view with the exact same settings is important. Most projects present the same views week after week, so people can easily track design progress.


    If the settings would be saved in the view, that would make it a lot easier to re-render them.

    Your voice has added a further upvote to the existing feature request. Thank you. ;)

  • Hi there,


    we are bunch of people working on the same project in Rhino on different computers. Sometimes I need to change my work place and continue my work on another computer. Or someone need to continue my work from his computer if I'm not there. If I need to render in Enscape I don't have my scene settings anymore. The settings of the scene always saved locally in Documents. Sure I can copy them from my computer to another one, but unfortunatelly this won't optimize our fast workflow.

    Therefore we have a very big and kind wish for future to make possible saving settings inside Enscape, to be able to open them on other computer.

    Thank you!

  • Perhaps a short term solution could be that if you do the Render in Document option, the information is collected and displayed in Revit with to show "settings used" and you can quickly alter your settings to match.


    I'm thinking similar to how photographers often display camera and settings used alongside digital photos.