I just noticed today when I passed my sKetchup file to a colleague who had a wider screen than me..
I have fixed output size for HD (1920x1080) in presets. In case of perspective views (sKetchup scene captured with perspective camera) everything is good.. Enscape matches sKetchup's vertical FOV and our both machines capture the same image..
But strangely to me in case of elevation view which is set with Parallel Projection camera, ENS matches sKetchups Horizontal FOV.. so My and his PC match to the same Vertical FOV in sKetchup, but the width is different and ENS matches to that width. so in result We have different images. It is different extents so we can crop it in Power Point but still result is inconsistent and the different approach to Perspective and Parallel views is misleading..
I can Set Custom Size in Output and check in the Use Viewport Aspect Ratio option to get the same height but still matching the same width is a difficult part.. besides the height is the same in sense of how much I see not in pixels..
For me it is not a problem but saying for those who my work in PS and cooperate between different PCs or monitors..
I know ENS natively uses Horizontal FOV but still in one case it can much to sKetchup Vertical FOV in other it doesn't..
All in Synchronise Views. Sketchup 2022, ENS 3.4.1.
Technically it is not a FOV if we talk about Parallel Projection but I think I am understood.