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    Enscape (Holy Freaking Crap)


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    After seeing this I showed this to a client and they are going to start using this. I will be in contact with Enscape this week.

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    Now THAT is great! Thank you so much!
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    That's awesome! Thanks for sharing!
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    Amazing.... thanks Alex!!
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    Email sent:
    I've just downloaded and installed the trial for Enscape for Revit 2015 (Build: 20140606_1530(x64) Update Release 3) and on first launch (default settings) the application returned an alert that my (nvidia) graphcs drivers were out of date - despite having an ATi Radeon - the "get out" button was to link to the nvidia website, which obviously drew a blank when it attempted to scan my system. I have since closed and restarted my session of Revit and opened the same file in the same way, but this time the "Start" command is greyed out. On further testing, the button did not reappear when opening another model, at first, but then returned - however repeated the error. Is Enscape tied to the Nvidia platform?
    Will try at work on a K4000 tomorrow.
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    Ive been testing it. It's pretty stinking amazing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyweston View Post
    Email sent:

    Will try at work on a K4000 tomorrow.
    System requirements are on their home page:

    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    Intel Core i5 Processor
    Nvidia graphics chip (GeForce 700 Series or higher; Quadro Kxxx Series) with the latest drivers
    4 GB RAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirvio View Post
    System requirements are on their home page
    Touché!

    Couldn't get on the K4000 machine so throwing one of our current models around on my machine with a K2000.

    It's pretty chuggy between operations - accepted the model I've opted to test isn't the smallest or simplest - but in use it's otherwise pretty tasty. Not sure how it'd hold up to a multiple-building site model of the like we commonly do mind.


    Still got teething problems though..... this time with settings:

    Enscape Plugin - Error
    Error showing settings window: The component 'EnscapeRevitPlugin.Gui.Settings' does not have a resource identified by the URI '/RevitPlugin;component/gui/settings.xaml'.


    In the end, as with all these addins, they're "fun" - but since we've Max for "proper" viz. and Navis for "proper" interrogation - there's not a great "need". That said, at the equivalent of £1 a day, it's a steal.
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    This may be the thing that finally gets me to make a BootCamp partition, since it won't run in a VM. Ah, new toys.
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