Enscape and V-Ray Rendering side by side
Gemma Da Silva

Gemma Da Silva

Last updated: December 14, 2022  •  4 min read

Enjoy Heightened Realism with Enscape and V-Ray 6 for Revit

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_V-Ray_Revit CompatibilityEnscape 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 
At the end of the presentation, we will have time for your questions, so make sure you tune in live!

Register for the Webinar

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Gemma Da Silva
Gemma Da Silva

Gemma is part of the Content Marketing team at Enscape and takes care of the Enscape Blog. She loves to share educational and inspirational stories plus practical tips to help architects and designers improve their workflows. If you have something you'd like to share with the wider Enscape community, email: marketing@enscape3d.com