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Enscape

Real-time rendering and virtual reality plugin

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Enscape Pricing, Features, Reviews and Alternatives

Enscape product overview

What is Enscape?

Enscape is a real-time rendering and virtual reality plugin for Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, Archicad, and Vectorworks. It plugs directly into your modeling software, giving you an integrated visualization and design workflow. It is the easiest and fastest way to turn your building models into immersive 3D experiences.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

Chat
Knowledge Base
FAQs/Forum
Email/Help Desk

Training options

Webinars
In Person
Documentation
Live Online
Videos

Enscape pricing information

Value for money

4.6

/5

8

Starting from

$

39.90

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Per User

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
Pricing range

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Enscape features

Functionality

4.0

/5

8
Total Features7 2 categories

Most valued features by users

Data Import/Export
Landscape Design
Virtual Tour
Annotations
BIM Modeling
Component Library
Animation

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Enscape users reviews

Overall rating

4.4

/5

8

Positive reviews

100%

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Rating breakdown
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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8.62/10
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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Integrates seamlessly into our design process

Reviewed a year ago

Great tool and super responsive team in their company. The support team helps you whenever you need a tip, the forum is great for exchange and their roadmap is spot on for what we need.

Pros

I don't want our architects to spend time learning a new tool, Enscape just takes what's there and makes it presentable to stake holders (internally and externally)

Cons

If you want super nice animations (moving people etc), Enscape is not the best tool. But we don't need that a lot, so it's fine.

Overall Rating
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  • Ease of use
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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Fast and Quality GPU Renderings right inside Sketchup

Reviewed 9 months ago

Enscape creates awesome looking results in very little time, GPU rendering and Ray tracing are the future and this engine leverages this. There are a couple things I would improve (see Above) but they are doing things that almost no one has been able to do in terms of SketchUp Integration.

Pros

First, the all-around awesome integration with SketchUp is the best thing of this software. There is a scenes, material and all settings work together seamlessly. Also, geometry doesn't take too much time to generate, so reviewing your scene in real-time while making changes is possible. Ray Tracing Brings another layer of realism to Enscape, and accurate reflections. The Asset Library is also very complete, and soon will have the option to edit materials. Tethered VR Support

Cons

I have a couple of points that I did not like. Stitching when creating VR 360 Renderings, currently they come out with Artifacts. Not sure if this will be fixed soon. No way to do Batch 360 Renderings or Animations. It is VERY hard to calculate exposure in 360 images. It depends on where you are looking at when the 360 Render starts. So It can be different every time. Creating Overexposed or underexposed images. WebVR is very laggy and does not look as good as the offline renderings/ tethered experience you can generate with Enscape, light baking integration would solve this. Textures cannot read Relative Paths, so they get broken a lot.

Overall Rating
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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Instantly see how your projects will look in real life.

Reviewed 2 months ago

High quality renders are a must when coming to sell your idea to a client, and Enscape totally helps you with it. And if you want to take it to the next level, you can do a walkthrough video of your project.

Pros

I use Enscape with Revit and it is super easy to use, just in two clicks you will have the life-like version of your project with no effort at all. How you move through your project is just like a video game (WASD) and makes everything way much simplier. It also comes with 1,000 + high quality assests for you to use in your project.

Cons

The only downside I see with Enscape is that, sometimes, when you try to add artificial lights in a dark ambient, they won't render in a correct way and it will look kind of blotched, so Night modes with light aren't their strength.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Rendering in real time

Reviewed 19 days ago

The workflow of the software was different than I expected.

Pros

It has a lot of features to do a really professional digital image and great videos.

Cons

It needs a computer with good components and it is a bit expensive.

Overall Rating
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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Easy to a certain point

Reviewed 3 months ago

Overall it’s pretty easy to use which can save a lot of time but I am not as impressed with the quality output even if a lot of time is put into it, compared to other programs.

Pros

This is easy to use when plugged in to your revit central model - you can add materials while you are modeling in that area of your model. Certain materials come out really great with this program, for example carpet, and you can spend very little time inputting just a few elements to get a decent walk through model to show clients the space. I also appreciate when it is plugged in to your model that it is easy to turn off certain linked models or other elements that will not appear well in the enscape view, and I don’t have to export every time I can just switch to that view to see something in enscape

Cons

I am not a fan of the built in materials that come with it and have had a hard time with some pretty simple materials that are common building elements - maybe it is user error but sometimes it seems like my renderings are just kind of weird or off with enscape compared to other programs.

Enscape FAQs and common questions

Enscape has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $39.90/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available


Enscape has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business


Enscape supports the following languages:
Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish


No, Enscape does not have an API available.


Enscape offers the following support options:
Chat, Knowledge Base, FAQs/Forum, Email/Help Desk

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