It's not cheap though... $54/mo. for use on "one" computer.
This ArchiCAD user from Australia (is he a member in this forum) did a Twinmotion to Enscape comparison on an M1 Ultra Mc Studio. All he did was import the model directly into each, did no tweaking, and then rendered a view. Just out of the box Enscape looked leagues better. I assume it is using raytracing with native Metal Graphics code. Check it out here.
I was very, very excited to see the sneak peek into Twinmotion 2023 Preview 2 with their new and improved interface, but if you're on Mac, still no raytracing.
I am going to try the demo of Enscape since I currently have half a dozen projects using Twinmotion and am always looking for the latest and greatest rendering softwares.
Anyone else have any input regarding Enscape for Mac?
Rex Maximilian, Honolulu, USA - www.rexmaximilian.com ArchiCAD 26 (user since 3.4, 1991) 16" MacBook Pro; M1 Max (2021), 32GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, 32-Core GPU Creator of the Maximilian ArchiCAD Template System
Yes, the TM pipeline is also better in my opinion mainly because you will not clutter your AC-BIM file with all the assets that will end up with a blown-up, messy, and unusable file. But the image quality of ENSCAPE is really good. I always liked the light and mood.
But when EPIC decided to not provide Path Tracer to the Mac system and the Apple-Epic fight cooking in the background the future on MacOS was questionable.
Now with Lumen, there is a native Unreal Engine alternative withhin TM to path tracer on the Mac available.
Apple iMac Pro with macOS Sonoma, AC 5.0 to 27 INT and GER, all the latest
2023-10-1808:00 PM - last edited on 2023-10-2306:29 AM by Laszlo Nagy
I bought a license and tried it out on a very quick night scene render and was very pleased with the results for just about an hour's work. The workflow and live updates to the render are very useful and I like the user interface much more than Twinmotion but that's just me.
Mac OS Monterey
Hardware: M1 Max with 10-core CPU, 32-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine, 64GB unified memory 1TB SSD storage