licence on Mac

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    I am a new user of Enscape beta on MAC, nice software,
    Q:can we purchased a full license , for MAC ? never found the answer on site
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    I am a new user of Enscape beta on MAC, nice software,
    Q:can we purchased a full license , for MAC ? never found the answer on site
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    Welcome to our Forum!


    An official full Mac version of Enscape will be offered for purchase in the near future - At the moment we still also offer an Open Beta of Enscape for Mac which you can acquire for SketchUp 2021 here:

    https://enscape3d.com/enscape-for-mac/#/


    Give it a try if you haven't already and feel free to share any further feedback with us. :)

  • Me too.

    Any Mac licensing info?

    Based on reply above from Demian Gutberlet

    "An official full Mac version of Enscape will be offered for purchase in the near future"


    As much as I wish I could use the existing license for Mac version, it seems like Enscape will be selling a separate Mac license to the existing Windows users. You will most likely have to purchase another license to use Enscape on Mac.


    I wonder if Enscape at least will offer an option to switch an existing Windows license to a Mac license.

  • "As much as I wish I could use the existing license for Mac version, it seems like Enscape will be selling a separate Mac license to the existing Windows users. You will most likely have to purchase another license to use Enscape on Mac.


    I wonder if Enscape at least will offer an option to switch an existing Windows license to a Mac license."

    Incorrect. I expect the same license will work for Windows and OSX.

  • Our office has several floating licenses for Enscape, obviously for Windows and used mostly with Revit (windows only) and SketchUp. The SketchUp license is cross-platform, so I am able to use that at home on my M1 iMac.


    If the Enscape license is not cross-platform, then there is no reason for me to ask my company to pay for an extra Mac license. I would simply use Remote Desktop Connection through a VPN and remote control my office workstation instead.


    Given the Chaos/Enscape merger, I would expect Phil's suggestion that it be cross-platform to be more aligned with their stated goal of being the premiere rendering solution for any platform.


    Some clarification on this policy would be most welcome. Damian's response (so far) only mentions that a new Mac license is available, which is fine as long as you're only looking for that platform.


    Thanks in advance,