Posts by Sidorenko

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    I just want to share one thought/idea that came to my mind.

    In Revit plugin there is an option to save an image as a rendering. However, edition possibilites in that option are limited (you cannot even crop the view:/) and the image is saved/blocked (not updating while model changes). All these aspects considered, makes it a bit unuseful. It creates a need to use an external editor to postproduct the image and then upload it into the Revit, which makes it, in my opinion, a bit annoying.

    I thought it would be a fantastic option to be able to put on Revit sheet an "live" Enscape view that automatically updates (or by clicking a refresh button) with the model changes.

    I am aware that it won't be an easy task, but I truly believe that such an option would be used a lot. It would allow to make most of the presentations on the Revit level, without any additional programs and without continous updating raster images.

    That's it. Please let me know if you also thought about it, and if it is in your agenda.

    I am looking to your comments!


    So, the user could choose between fast RT and slower still image quality.

    Yes, it could be nice. But, to be honest, I don't think it 's the most important for now - m a t e r i a l e d i t o r for sketchup seems to be more necessary to make better renderings. But I agree that possibility would be nice in the future.


    i can't on enscape 2.0. Just for realistic reflexion, glazing reflect object near ( 5 meters or 6 meters) and after the glazing don't reflect object.

    Actually I don't think Enscape is about realistic reflections. It has to perform as real time renderer - therefore many simplifications are needed. Don't treat Enscape as Vray or Maxwell. It will never offer the same quality because it is just impossible. That's my opinion:)

    But your render looks good for postproduction in Photoshop. One of the things I miss in Enscape is render maps like: material ID, render ID etc.