Posts by Bradleyswork

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    Yeah, I've read through that and there is no specific mention. I need someone from Enscape to verify that the assets are all allowed to be used for commercial and advertising purposes.

    I know that many of the 3D models are sourced from RenderPeople, Human Alloy and Humano - all of their sites make it clear that they can be used. Why isn't this in the text of the Enscape site somewhere?

    Hi -

    One of my clients would like to use some renders I made for them in a public press release, but they have some reservations about whether its ok to use the likenesses of the people from the Asset Library. Can anyone point me to where it says that the assets are ok for commercial/advertising use? I need to show them something directly from Enscape.

    That's what this software was made for, right?

    Hello all. I started getting this issue a couple days ago. Is there a fix yet? I haven't heard back from the tech support team.

    The drivers for my 2060 are up to date. And, it seems to happen when exporting an image larger than 3500px wide on high quality. I can render larger resolutions on medium quality. It all worked just fine last week.

    Hello! I use Enscape on a regular basis in our design studio workflow. We primarily design Theme Parks for all the big companies you've heard of. It would be really nice to see a wider variety of people in your asset collection. Our clients are constantly asking us to add people of all shapes, sizes and ethnicites. We are frequently asked to populate our renderings with people in summer clothes (shorts, tshirts) who look "American sized." Also, a lot of our projects are in Asia, and on those projects we are asked to use primarily Asian models. Also, happy kids and family groups would be helpful too! Thanks! :thumbsup: