Posts by Pieter

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    Got it. Too bad though, in the feature, it would be very interesting to have an enscape geometry exporter so that we could export geometry from max for example and show it in Enscape. That way we could use our legacy library and also purchase props on turbosquid etc as we see fit.

    Also, I reached out to axyz but I got a very generic response that wasn't really helpful.

    Also, perhaps Enscape could bring out a plugin/exporter (for 3ds max for example) so that we can export our models to the Enscape format, that would be another way for us to get our legacy libraries into Enscape.

    I would understand that the exporter would have a max. polylimit for example.

    Is there a way to use axyz models without going through archvision?

    We would be willing to purchase models but the 250$ yearly subscription for archvision is a bridge too far. (especially because that content is replaced by axyz models anyway).

    Sketchup proxies in Revit would also be nice. That must be doable as enscape has that on their development agenda for the sketchup version.

    The goal here is to have a way of adding entourage to our revit models (books on the shelves, phones on the desks etc etc) without adding unnecessary geometry to our model that will make it slower.

    It would be incredibly powerful if we could use the 3ds max / vray libraries that we've built over the years in Enscape. It would solve the whole issue of entourage without Enscape having to resort to building a massive library like Lumion and Twinmotion.

    Perhaps Enscape could use the recently released directcontext 3d api for Revit. It looks like you can display massive files in Revit without affecting the performance at all. That way we could actually see the objects in Revit, which would help out with exact placement. Placing could be very similar to placing sound objects in Enscape (using a generic placeholder family that links to a max file).

    Thank you for your reply. The native Revit frosted glass shows up as green. Can I use a procedural noise map or should I use a bitmap?

    +1. We use Revit and would love to see better support for outlines:

    - showing them even when they're very thin

    - having an option to not only show "outlines" (edges of geometry) of also displaying Revit model lines (to show tile patterns, casework divisions, ...)

    - get rid of the additional outline on round objects (we see an extra outline on every round shape (columns, table legs, ...). I see it shows up in Sketchup as well (check the light fixture in the second picture vs the sketchup view)