The Enscape plug-in is provided for the following software:
*Revit LT is not supported
Note: There are conflicts with two other Revit plugins: Colorizer and Techviz. To avoid incompatibilities, please uninstall them before using Enscape.
Enscape performs its renders using your graphics card (GPU). If your CPU and RAM are capable of handling Revit, for instance, and you have a capable GPU, Enscape should work. A good CPU can speed up Enscape’s loading times. The system requirements to run Enscape, as well as the Standalone files that can be exported from Enscape, are identical.
The minimum requirements we recommend to run Enscape are an OpenGL 4.2 compatible NVIDIA or AMD graphics card with a minimum of 2GB VRAM and the latest available drivers:
For the minimum recommended GPU’s, some performance gains are possible if you experience poor performance.
Enscape should work if your system runs our recommended drivers:
If you run into trouble, let us know by using Enscape’s Feedback function or send us an email. There are plenty of different system configurations and we are working every day to support more of them.
We currently do not support the following hardware:
Note: In cases where you have a multiple GPU’s, Enscape will only utilize one of those GPU’s. We recommend using a modern gaming GPU, since there is no serious performance benefit in using professional GPU’s (e.g. NVIDIA Quadro).
If you want to use Enscape with virtual reality (VR) please refer to the hardware requirements in our Virtual Reality Headset guide.
The best results for real-time rendering and VR can usually be achieved using the newest available graphics cards such as the AMD Radeon Pro WX-series or Nvidia GeForce GTX 10-series.