Posts by vgeorgiou

    vgeorgiou , I'm afraid, ArchiVision models are not yet officially supported by Enscape for SketchUp. Support for them is generally filed as a feature request on our agenda so I gave the topic a further upvote through your voice.

    Also, we have another topic on our agenda to allow you to import your own models into the asset library. Maybe this would be of interest to you? If so, I'll happily give the topic a upvote through your voice as well, just get back to me. :)


    Grateful for your response and upvote.

    It probably would be of interest, it thats in the pipeline. Though thinking of our workflow, as we are converting objects through Archvision for Revit it would be good to have to avoid doing this again through Simlab or something similar for Sketchup aswell. The Archvision tool being available for both programs is hugely beneficial and an efficient use of time for us when working between the two programs and that inter-connectivity is so crucial if we are using Enscape for both.

    So if both can be done together and released as an upgraded feature, then great.

    Thanks

    Having to post this again as my last query was closed off as answered but there was no response to it.


    Any further update on this issue? I have version 2.3.2 Enscape version at the moment. So has this been resolved in 2,4?


    We contacted Archvision and they said that the issue of not being able to show the rpc models in Enscape was down to you guys needing to resolve a couple of things. Not sure what but it would be good to know what the latest on this is as it would be good to have the models we've created for Revit also to be visible through Sketchup / Enscape.


    Thanks.

    Any further update on this issue? I have version 2.3.2 Enscape version at the moment. So has this been resolved in 2,4?


    We contacted Archvision and they said that the issue of not being able to show the rpc models in Enscape was down to you guys needing to resolve a couple of things. Not sure what but it would be good to know what the latest on this is as it would be good to have the models we've created to be visible in Enscape.

    Thanks.

    Thanks again.

    Is this a feature under development? It would be incredibly useful as you can see. In any case something to add to the feature board.

    Ok great. Thanks Demian.


    In that case, can I tag on to this discussion how best to get Enscape views to match the Revit view? At least as a workaround I can composite the exports.

    I've tried to match the views but to no avail.

    Hi


    I'm looking for some help on visualizing a point cloud survey in Enscape but not having much success. Is this possible at the moment?

    Thanks


    Hi


    Is there a way to change the colour of the Sphere lights so rather than seeing the stark whitish colours, we can create more warmer tones?


    Im trying to do a dusk view and the omni or sphere lighting comes out quite poorly colour wise.


    Thanks

    Hi Demian

    Yes the grass is fine, what I couldn't work out, according to the Revit material Enscape tutorial page, was that it mentions inserting these key words to get the different types, but I didn't know where exactly...is it the material name itself or in the information segment, which i've shown in the screenshot above. Because I couldn't see any differences when typing those words in.


    Though from your last point, this only works in the preview version not the current main release? is that right? I'm using Revit 2018 with the official release of 2.3. So that may explain why?

    ball4872  Canacan Our asset library for Revit, SketchUp and Rhino will bring the answer in October. I presume you'll like it.

    Ok this sounds all very exiting...are you saying that come Octobers update there's to be an asset library containing a selection of Laubwerk trees / plants etc?


    Reason I ask is we are having such difficulty within our workflow integrating really high quality trees into Revit.

    Sketchup - not a problem but Revit seems so backward to get any decent vegetation. The content on Archvision isn't great we find and any which way we look there doesn't seem to be a smooth workflow without having to resort to Speedtree / Evermotion and Max models which are crazy hi poly models.


    We would be happy to subscribe or buy something that offers 'reasonable' hi res 3d trees / planting for Revit but theirs nothing out there that provides this, without going through 3-4 third party workflow processes.


    I've done some tests using Quixels free stuff and converted them into Rpc's which look great, but they don't have any trees just a few plants and things likes rocks and stuff. Not much use for us.


    So if this is the case - it cant come any sooner. :thumbup:

    Some great tips from both - thank you.


    Point taken regarding lighting not affecting the section in the real world without any windows, which is the case for me. An option as a feature would be useful I agree though.


    It was just to get a render of the plan in general. Does that mean I need to cut an actual section using a plugin tool?

    Can you tell me where you got these trees from shown in your marketing releases?


    And could you also advise if these are rendered from Sketchup or Revit? The trees look very realistic and we have struggled to get this kind of quality of trees from Archvision.

    Thanks





    I'm going to show this image to our interior guys here - there will definitely be some jaw dropping going on.



    We have a demo project as a standalone (exe) in our gallery, which has been created in Revit. I would say, it's possible to achieve this level in Revit! By using 3D RPCs, it also does not blow up your Revit project or Revit performance.

    https://enscape3d.com/visualization-gallery/ <- Scroll down to download



    So the demo project, are all those models 3d rpc's from archvision?

    These are fantastic images! Seriously! :thumbsup:

    I wonder if these are possible with Revit/ Enscape solely, especially the mapping of the sofa cushions and drapes? we have an interior department within our company and to produce this level of quality would really raise our game. We only use Revit here hence the question.