I am currently looking at ways we may be able to improve upon how some of the Enscape assets appear in Revit, in particular bushes.
I am trying to set up our own Revit family so we can apply Revit materials and have our own Revit geometry, as we need bushes to look 'kind-a-like bushes' in Revit for 1:200 site section etc. The RPC bushes make Revit run very slowly in realistic views (this has always been an issue with RPC content), and are far to detailed at a scale of 1:200.
I have managed to add the EnscapeAssetId to our Revit family so the swap out works when we run Enscape - so far so good. The bit i am struggling with is the EnscapeNativeAssetHeight.
I am trying to link the the height of the Revit Family i.e. - Revit family height = 1000mm so that the EnscapeNativeAssetHeight can read this and set the asset height to 1000mm (which is relatively easy to do in the Revit family).
The problem I have is that the EnscapeNativeAssetHeight doesn't seem to correlate to a real world height. For example if I set the height to 1 the asset is huge, if I set the height to 1000 its very small. As such i was wondering how the EnscapeNativeAssetHeight works?
Any help / guidance would be appreciated.
The ultimate goal would be to able to set the Revit family a height of say 600mm and the Enscape asset to swap out accordingly.
If I can get it working happy to share with others.