Posts by boxclever

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    thanks for that, but unfortunately we are working from network servers in our company location, as well as freelance artists. Therefore it is not possible to replicate a C: drive mapping and we have to work in a location that is backed up , and part of the project design workflow. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE can you add a function to allow a relative path mapping for materials? Im certain most users who work across networks would thank you for this! :D


    BTW - I own a licence of both Lumion and Enscape, and its been very interesting to compare the pros/cons of each for architectural design work. You will be pleased to know ENSCAPE wins hands down for speed/ live presentations/ etc.... Love the EXE export, lets us archive our end of design stage work which we can then easily review and share to a wider audience. Big tick from us! :D

    Hi - we are carrying out an exercise where we are editing a sketchup template file and it gets passed to 3rd party artists to add/ adjust materials. the sketchup file comes back but then Enscape cant find the relevant bitmap / bump normal as the saved paths are different from different artists.


    1 - is there a way to globally re-path the saved JPG NORMAL files to a common location? I.e force Enscape to do a default search into a common folder where we can share the material files from?


    Or


    2 - say force sketchup to do a default search for material names from where the sketchup file is located?


    just trying to figure out a workaround without having to spend many hours repathing NORMAL files in the material editor to the network material library?


    Any tips / help on this greatly appreciated.


    Perhaps there should be a feature to set a default location for materials?


    Thanks


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