Thanks Demian - I will try that.
Thanks Demian - I will try that.
Have you tried enabling the 'safe frame' mode? That way you can leave the views panel open but still see the view with the correct aspect ratio/crop.
Ah thanks - that did the trick
I might do things wrong but....
I find it difficult to update views. I select the view I would like to update, I close the view management window, align the view as I wan't it, then I open the view management window again, but I can't update the view, as it align the view again as I select to edit it.
The view management is part of the window, and pushes the view, when it opens. So I find it hard to adjust.
Two possible solutions
- the view management opens in a new vindow, that does not affect the view
- rightclick, select update view in the context menu
Or - I might do it the wrong way?
really needed - looking forward to this
How do you update existing views? - oh - I'll download the latest preview version.
I will add a feedback report
I'm using this version
I hope that it can fixed soon.
I find it very convincing to be able to walk around inside the models we create in Revit / Sketchup - it simply gives a fantastic feeling of the spaces.
I have used VR and Enscape before, using the Qculus Rift, and some time ago I could use it by using virtual desktop, but now Oculus offers the Air Link feature - so I would be glad to use it but.....
I start Revit, load the model I want to view, I start Oculus on my PC, connect to the Quest, start Steam VR, and it finds my headset just fine (had big issues with this before). I then start Enscape, it loads the scene, and I activate Headset in the Enscape view - and I see it activate in the Enscape window, I can see the controllers, I see the small "dashboard ", and it all moves when I move the headset or the controllers. But the view never loads on the headset - it just shows a small window that says Loading..... the same for Sketchup.
I there a way to fix it? are others having the same issues?
I find the VR part being a powerful feature, so I hope it can work.
One thing that could be very usefull for me, is a tool that would allow me to paint walls directly inside the enscape view.
If I have a part of a wall that needs a specific color, I use the Modify > Paint tool to add a special material. Right now I have to navigate inside Revit to find that specific wall i want to paint, witch is a pain - so it would be very helpfull if I could paint the face directly in the enscape view. But I don't know is Encape has this kind of communication with revit?
no - should it be possible?
Strange it's such a fundamental function.
did you find a solution?
First - this is simply one of the best tools for presenting projects for clients - easy to setup and easy to use!!
I only have a few small issues
- it would be nice to be able to pin the images at the bottom
- others users simply don't the see images at the bottom, images might be pinned as defalut?
- when using an ipad, it's not always positive that we have to move the ipad around to see the images. When we sit to a meeting, with people around the table, and the ipads is laying on the table and we stream to a monitor on the wall, or we all just look at the ipad it feels very awkward to need to swing the ipad around in the air. Can we have a navigation option, to navigate just like we do with the mouse when using a pc, but on the ipad using a finger.
Oh yes - a simple shortcut solution could be nice.
When I have a large model, I need to pause Live updates, and I have to open the Enscape menu and press the pause button, and then go back to the menu I was using.
A pause button directly in the Enscape window, might make it faster to turn on and off live updates? or a button both places?
I can no longer get SteamVR to find my Quest 2 via Air Link. Has anyone got it to work?
I have just experimented at home - on the same WiFi. I gave up on experimenting on the direct link between a laptop and the Quest.
I agree 100% - it's really cool tool - I will try to encourage our constructing architects to try it, they have already started to use Enscape to check their models.
Yes - it's working - it is simply so cool to walk around in VR inside a project we are designing - I'm really going to push us to use to much more - and I think that the wireless Quest 2, could be the tool to make it happen - it's just so cool.