Standalone Executable Export

Overview

Using the Standalone Executable export function, you can export the current Enscape model into a standalone executable. The EXE provides the same experience and quality that Enscape does, but does not require Enscape, Revit, SketchUp, ArchiCAD or Rhino to run. It demands the same System Requirements as Enscape itself and is the one of the features that is disabled in the trial version of Enscape. All standalone files are VR compatible, however.

You can download a free sample Standalone Executable from here. For an in-depth look at all of the features of the Standalone Executable, refer to this post on our Blog.

How to Export an Standalone Executable File

To export your Enscape model, first make sure that Enscape is running. If Enscape is not running, you won’t be able to export the file. Next simply click on the Export button.

Standalone Export Button in Revit

Standalone Export Button in Revit

In SketchUp, either click the Export button in the Enscape ribbon or select Export from the drop down menu.

Standalone Export Button in Sketchup

Standalone Export Button in Sketchup

In Rhino, click the Export button in the Enscape ribbon.

Standalone Export Button in Rhino

Standalone Export Button in Rhino

In ArchiCAD, either click the Export button in the Enscape ribbon or select Export from the drop down menu.

Standalone Export Button in ArchiCAD

Standalone Export Button in ArchiCAD

Settings Menu

All of the settings you had active while exporting the standalone will be included in the export. Additionally, you have the opportunity to adjust several settings within the standalone, which will not be saved. In the integrated settings menu, you adjust settings in the categories: General, Image, Atmosphere, Input, and Advanced.

Standalone Export Settings Menu

Standalone Export Settings Menu

The tab to open the Settings menu is located on the left side of the screen, about one third of the way down. When it is hidden, you will only see a translucent bar. Hover your pointer over the tab, and it will automatically expand. If you click the pin icon, the menu will stay open while you move around. Click the icon again, and the menu will close.

Virtual Reality

You can also enable and use virtual reality with the standalone. Simply enable virtual reality by selecting it in the integrated Settings menu. The machine that the model is being viewed on must fulfill Enscape’s virtual reality system requirements.

Enable the Standalone Export's Virtual Reality

Enable the Standalone Export's Virtual Reality

Favorite Views

Any views you have marked as favorite will be included in the standalone export. On the right side of the standalone screen, you will find the Favorite Views menu. It can be opened in the same way as the Settings menu: by hovering your pointer over the translucent tab. Clicking on the thumbnail preview will smoothly transport you to that location in the model. A double click will transport you directly to the desired spot. The views are exported with the time of day settings you defined for them prior to export.

Marking Views as Favorite Views for use in the Standalone Export

Marking Views as Favorite Views for use in the Standalone Export

Customization Settings

Any settings you have active prior to exporting are included in the EXE – and this includes your customization features which are accessed via the Global Settings window, under the Customization tab. Here, you can define your own loading screen, overlay image (and select a set position for it), window icon and caption text.

Customization Settings Options

Customization Settings Options

How Can I Share My Exported Walk-throughs?

You can quickly upload them via the cloudsharing service of your choice, e.g. Dropbox or Google Drive.

System Requirements

The requirements for the Standalone Executable file are the same as for the full version of Enscape. Have a look at the System Requirements page.

How to Export a Standalone


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