Thanks Thomas Willberger for your words. Being a novice, I would like to know a bit in detail about your feedback. Can you pick up an image I have shared and suggest what changes can I make just as a sample to understand it in a better way.
I have learnt Sketchup on my own and after trying a number of rendering applications, have landed on Enscape. I have learnt without any guidance so bare with me on my mistakes please :). Your guidance would help me. It's an apartment on 15th floor and I have plotted only the apartment and nothing else.
The house has been designed by my friend and I have only executed based on her design, color combinations, lighting choices, etc.
Look at a few pictures;
House from the front;
The living & dining area;
The master bed
The common washbasin;
The master bath;
The kids bedroom;
Let me have your feedback and I will work on it.
Yep, tried doing that, but no luck. Tried hiding a lot of content and left the model only with one small bedroom, didn't work either. I'm not sure what's going on. As I have said, I can export to 1080p, but I need 4k and above for marketing purposes as well.
Yes, I have added a lot of lights on the roof for POP (Plaster of Paris) to show kind of an LED strip running. Yes, I have updated posted 4th of May.
Jonathan Knoefel , I'm not convinced with the response as I have already exported 100+ images in 4k resolution with the same machine before the Windows April Update and that's the reason I have logged the ticket. I have attached a sample image out of my project which is in 4k resolution.
Yes Jonathan, I have already done that on Friday morning hours, but have been waiting for a response. My entire project is taking a hit as I'm a licensed user and losing my valuable days. The ticket number is #39965.
My Windows 10 got recently updated to the \'Feature update to Windows 10, version 1803\', post which I\'m facing the issue while using Enscape. When I try to export any photo in 4k format, it begins and the entire application along with Sketchup is killed automatically. This was running fine before this update came to Windows and I\'m not sure the reason. I can now only export a photo in 1080p format.
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