From PC to Laptop for presentation

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  • You'll need to map the additional render path to your materials folder (as illustrated in the above video).

    Revit>File>Options>Rendering>Additional Render Appearance Paths. Navigate and select the material folder.

  • Hi guys,

    Thanks for the reply.

    That mean I need to go and locate all the enscape render material locations too? (not sure where they are saving)

    I can try give this a go, I guess exporting a stand alone is the only other fast way?

  • Indeed, as the default behavior, any textures imported via the material library are stored in your user folder at C:\Users[USERNAME]\Enscape\ImportedTextures. Since Revit doesn't embed material/texture files within the project file itself, when you open the project on a different machine, it will search for these files in the same directory. For a quick, reliable solution, exporting a standalone file ensures that the model appears as intended on any device. If time is of the essence, this is the preferred method. Additionally, you might consider establishing a shared network drive for your material library to facilitate easy access across all machines.