From within Enscape, you have three options:
You’ll find both options in the Enscape Settings menu. For the second option, you can pick any preset or custom resolution you want (up to 4096 x 4096px), but fair warning: if you enter extremely high resolutions, it might take a few seconds!
After choosing the right settings, hit the screenshot button in the Enscape ribbon to trigger the screenshot or use the hot keys SHIFT + F11. You can also set your own hot key in the settings menu by pressing a modifier key like CTRL, ALT or SHIFT in combination with another key.
Saving a screenshot in Revit:
In Revit, you can save a screenshot either as an image file – Screenshot (To File) – or as rendering – Screenshot (As Rendering). If you choose to save the screenshot as rendering, it will then appear in your ‘Renderings’ folder in the Project Browser.
To save a screenshot conveniently in SketchUp you might want to add the corresponding toolbar first via right-click in the toolbar area and then selecting “Enscape Capturing”:
Alternatively, simply select ‘Extensions’ -> ‘Enscape’ -> ‘Screenshot (To File)’.
Saving a screenshot in SketchUp:
Most settings (e.g. Fog, Depth of Field, etc.) are the same for both screenshots and real time output.
If you’d like to save several screenshots in a row, enable Automatic screenshot naming in the ‘Capture’ settings tab. You can then choose a folder where your screenshots will be saved by number in the filename in increasing order.
If you’d like to incorporate your rendering into another image, for example a photograph, a very useful tool is the Export additional background mask checkbox in the ‘Capture’ settings tab.
When active, this will tell Enscape to export essentially two renderings at once each time a screenshot is being made – your rendering itself and a black and white mask – an alpha channel – that you can use to easily separate your actual model from the background using, for example, Photoshop: