The Enscape Customization options allow the user to adapt the Enscape Viewport window to be more project or company specific. These options that can be adjusted include the window’s Title, Icon, Loading Screen, and any Watermark you would like to apply to your exports. These changes take affect on any exported Images, Video, and Standalone Executable files (but will not affect Web Standalone exports).
To access the Customization settings, start Enscape and in the Enscape Viewport toolbar click on the gear icon that’s associated with the Renderer Window Settings dialog where the Customization tab should be shown by default.
Enscape Renderer Window Settings button
It is here that the options to adapt your Enscape window can be located.
Enscape Customization Settings
You have various options to adapt your Enscape window:
Select a file (png, jpg, tga) to be used as Enscape loading screen, see example.
The recommended resolution is connected to your current screen resolution and aspect ratio.
If you have a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, we’ll recommend the same resolution for the used file.
Example of a custom loading screen for Enscape
Select a file to be shown as an on-screen overlay in the Enscape window. This could be your company logo and the name of the working architect, as seen in the example. Additionally, the overlay will be contained in Screenshots, Videos, Standalone Executable files and Web Standalone files that you create.
Example of a custom onscreen overlay for Enscape
Select a file to be used as the window icon instead of the Enscape icon. The file has to be an Icon File (*.ico).
A customized Icon for the Standalone file
This option enables you to change the text which appears in the title bar of the Enscape window.
Customized Window Caption text