To be able to change the Projection mode you will need to have Enscape open and in focus. You can then select which Projection mode you would like to use in one of two ways:
You can select from the Projection options under the Main tab in the Enscape Visual Settings window.
NOTE: only the ‘Perspective’ Projection option is available in VR.
The button to open the Visual Settings dialog
Projection menu in the Visual Settings dialog
Or, you can directly choose which Projection type you want to use in the Enscape viewport’s User Interface (UI), where you will see some buttons at the top of the Enscape viewport.
Projection mode button and menu in the Enscape User Interface
If you can not see these UI buttons, make sure to click on the orange chevron located mid top of the Enscape viewport to expand the toolbar.
By default the Projection is set to Perspective, as shown in the following screenshot. Click on the symbol to reveal the other two options for Projection.
Enscape in Perspective Projection mode
The following screenshot shows Two-Point Projection as being selected.
Two Point Projection Mode.
Here, you can see Orthographic Projection selected.
Orthographic Projection Mode
When Orthographic Projection is selected, the Depth of Field, Focal Point, and Field of View options in the Enscape Visual Settings’ Main tab dialog will be disabled or not be available at all.
Furthermore, the buttons for the Video Editor, Panoramas, Minimap, and Navigation Mode will be disabled in the Enscape viewport UI.
Enscape Toolbar buttons disabled when in Orthographic Projection mode.
The options for Projection will only take affect when View Synchronization is disabled.
Once View Synchronization is enabled it will always result in the Projection being automatically set and locked to ‘Perspective’ for as long as View Synchronization is enabled.
Disabling View Synchronization will unlock the Projection options and return it to whichever Projection mode had previously been set by the user.
View Sync Mode Locked