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It seems that the problem still occurs.
Please take a look into this issue.
Attaching through worksession is a very usefull way to work on bigger projects in Rhino.
It would be great to use Enscape along with it!
Kaj Burival Besides the general idea of having a good integration with a host-software, the feature could be precisely useful for:
1. integrated workflow:
"what you see is what you get" rule for still images. During the design we go back and forth between Revit and Enscape, tweaking camera angle, position, materials, moving walls etc. Since we all do it through Revit interface, having Enscape show what perspective view shows would make whole process more convenient.
2. renders post production:
Post production means image layering. Revit is quite powerful when it comes to visibility settings (hiding certain elements, changing their appearance by parameters etc.) If you could match the perspective view with Enscape rendering, it would mean you could make use of this universe of features (which simple "material mask" does not provide)
PS. By multiple tryouts I could get to match perspective view with Enscape 90 degrees angle. What you need to do is create camera view and resize its width to 320mm. Then just you match the Enscape resolution proportionally.
Thank you for the explanation. Now it works!
@Thomas Schander Sorry, I am not sure what do you mean by ''procedural textures''
However I would like to achieve the result that is listed here as Enscape feature: https://enscape3d.com/knowledg…evit-material-parameters/
Is it possible?
Same problem here.
Still seems to be the issue in version 220.127.116.11 with Revit 2019 (Win10;Nvidia M1000M;drivers up to date)
Does anyone else bumped into this problem?
Is there any workaround for frosted glass?