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

Gemma Da Silva

Published: February 08, 2023  •  2 min read

Real-Time to Photoreal with Enscape and V-Ray in Revit

Enscape and V-Ray are two industry-leading rendering softwares. They are used by architects and designers to test and visualize ideas during design development and create strikingly realistic renderings for final presentations.

In a recent webinar, we demonstrated the power of using both Enscape and V-Ray when developing architectural projects in Revit. Since it's now possible to transfer Enscape data to V-Ray via a new bridge that has been introduced between the two rendering tools, we wanted to show users exactly how this can be done.

With the new compatibility between Enscape and V-Ray, you can bring Enscape materials, 3D assets, and cloud configurations straight into V-Ray so that you can continue working on your renders and enhance their visual quality.

Learn how to utilize both Enscape and V-Ray and see the type of outputs you can expect in the on-demand webinar below. Here are the timestamps for the recording so you can quickly jump to the most relevant sections.

  • What is the Enscape and V-Ray Bridge? (1:23)
  • Design iteration with Enscape in Revit (2:14)
  • How to transfer Enscape data to V-Ray (24:21)
  • Achieving realistic grass in V-Ray (32:48)
  • Creating a quick night rendering in V-Ray (37:55)
  • Light mix and compositing in V-Ray Frame Buffer (VFB) (45:44)

 

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Gemma Da Silva
Gemma Da Silva

Gemma is part of the Content team at Chaos and loves to provide architects and designers with practical tips to improve their workflows and visualizations. If you have something you'd like to share with the wider Enscape community, email marketing@enscape3d.com!