Posts by JMarsh4087

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    EDIT: Found maybe the easiest way to add frames in between existing.

    While in Video Editor, press ESC to exit the current keyframe and see the camera path, then drop an orange camera on the path in between the frames in question. Then you can preview that keyframe and use Update and Timestamp to place it correctly.

    I'm having trouble doing much with the Enscape timeline. It's great the first time you create the keyframes and timestamping works well, but when the designers want to add 5 new rooms at various points in the path, I'm finding it impossible to deal with while trying to add keyframes in between existing.

    The workaround of stretching the window across 2 monitors only works to an extent.

    The workaround of opening the text file is tedious and requires a lot of mental math. (Anyone reading this, don't modify the .xml file in Excel or it will crash Revit. Ask me how I know.)

    Utilities that deals with keyframes better would save me hours/year.

    1. It would be nice to select the last 30 frames for example and batch add 20 seconds to each.

    2. Maybe to supplement the "+" tool between frames, add a tool where you can specify the # frame and it can insert it accordingly.

    3. A zoom in/out similar to most softwares with the little mountain slider would be useful to grab in between frames.

    From a distance my material looks pretty nice (Fig. 1), but the corners look really weird because the wall's hard line is preserved (Fig. 2).

    Is there a way I can get my Enscape in Revit corners to wrap the displacement map? (Fig. 3)

    Fig. 1 - Displacement in "field" looks good

    Fig. 2 - Lack of Displacement at outside edges (looks kind of holographic if viewer is moving)

    Fig. 3 - Realistic displacement at edges (same texture, different software)

    Bumping this topic.

    1. Ability to slide keyframes

    2. Ability to "scale" timeline so one can zoom in or out

    3. Fix issue with adding keyframe between existing keyframes if they are too close (if issue 2 happens, issue 3 will be taken care of by zooming in)

    4. Ability to set interpolation mode, linear vs. bezier

    5. A nice feature would be to give a keyframe an amount of time like 3 seconds to pause of a still view before moving on

    I have setup a video texture and taken all the steps in the material editor. The video is hosted on a shared server, but 1 out of 3 users is able to see it working properly. Usually it shows a bright blue (like 100% blue 0% red 0% green) or sometimes a midtone gray.

    Is there any reason certain machines cannot render the video material? (All machines are identical specs.)