Using the standalone export, you can export the current Enscape simulation into a standalone executable. The exported file does not need Revit / SketchUp nor Enscape in order to run. All settings you had active while exporting the standalone will be included into the standalone. This is also true for virtual reality: If you want to export a virtual reality standalone, activate VR Headset in the ribbon menu as if you would want to use it on your machine. Then, export the standalone.
All the settings that you enabled before the export are fixed in the standalone file. The user who opens the standalone is not able to open the settings window. However, he can change the sun direction and daytime and navigate through the building the same way as when you have Revit and Enscape running simultaneously.
The standalone export has the same system requirements as Enscape itself and is the only feature that is disabled in the trial version of Enscape.
You can download free examples of exported Enscape walkthroughs here.
The ‘Customization’ settings tab adds an extra value to the standalone export feature.
Would you like your customers to rather not see the Enscape logo? You’re free to do so! In the ‘Customization’ tab, you’re free to select your own, custom loading screen, standalone icon, interface overlay and caption text!
Create the illusion of having a CGI team working in the background for two Weeks just for this customer and presentation by branding your visualization with just a few clicks!
You can quickly upload them via the cloudsharing service of your choice, e.g. Dropbox or Google Drive.
The requirements for the standalone walkthrough are the same than for native Enscape. Have a look at the system requirements page.