Extending the visual quality of your Enscape designs is now made easier with the official release of Enscape compatibility with V-Ray 6 for Revit.
Now 3D artists, designers, and architects who use both Enscape and V-Ray can simply transition their compatible Enscape assets, materials, and cloud configurations straight into V-Ray.
VP of the Visualization Product Group for Enscape, Petr Mitev, explains how the new bridge between these two industry-leading visualization tools will improve efficiency and access to ultra-realistic renderings.
Going from real-time design to photoreal is now even faster and easier with the new compatibility between Enscape and V-Ray. Thanks to a simple handoff from one rendering tool to the other, artists can immediately see design decisions and Enscape data in V-Ray and quickly pick up where the design team finished.
Petr Mitev, VP, Visualization Product Group, Enscape
Accessing Enscape elements in V-Ray
With today’s release, users can transition the following information from Enscape into V-Ray for Revit without the need to start a scene from scratch. This will save designers time and allow them to focus more on fine-tuning their visualizations.
- Library assets: All compatible Enscape library assets that are placed in a Revit model will be rendered with V-Ray without any additional settings setup. Place the assets in Enscape and render either with Enscape or V-Ray. If you decide to create ultra-realistic renderings, you no longer need to start over from scratch by deleting all the Enscape entourage and replacing them with new V-Ray assets.
- Materials: With the click of a button, Enscape materials can either be automatically converted to V-Ray and rendered, or they can be promoted to the V-Ray Asset Editor, where they can be further enhanced with V-Ray parameters.
- Cloud settings: Clouds that have been configured across Enscape visual presets can also be transferred to V-Ray in a single button click.
- Importing into 3ds Max: Export an Enscape project from V-Ray to .vrscene for use as a “V-Ray Proxy” in any product that hosts V-Ray, such as 3ds Max or Cinema4D.
Note: Enscape compatibility with V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and Rhino is also available!
Enscape on the left, V-Ray on the right (notice the improvement to reflections in the windows!)
Live webinar on Jan 24
Join us for a demonstration of the power of using Enscape and V-Ray when developing your Revit projects. This webinar will be broadcast live on January 24, 2023, at 17:00 GMT.
In this architectural workflow webinar, you will learn how to:
- Set up materials and populate your model using Enscape
- Create solar studies and explore your building design
- Share interactive versions of your project with clients and colleagues
- Transfer your Enscape data to V-Ray
- Take your model to photoreal quality
- Visualize your building’s environment using linked files
- Post-process your final renders with V-Ray