The video editor has a new streamlined workflow. Now, all aspects of the video creation process is clearly visible to users, without the need for diving into sub menus. There is also a new timeline view for faster and easier video creation and editing. The editor is accessible via the hotkey ‘V’, and keyframes can be added by pressing ‘K’ or via the new ‘+’ buttons on the timeline. Users have better visibility and control over the time of day, the camera’s focal point, and field of view, all of which are still indicated on the camera path but can also now be viewed on the timeline itself for increased usability.
Our 3D visual artists have scoured the globe (well, the internet, since travel isn’t really happening right now) for inspiration and have created 333 new assets which focus on iconic or specific assets to local regions. These include vehicles, objects, and species of trees and shrubs to help you produce authentic, regional experiences in your designs.
There are now a total of 2,470 assets for you to drop straight into your projects – choose from a wide variety of vegetation, people, furniture, vehicles, lighting, and even street props to enhance the level of realism within your project. And don’t forget that you can already import your own assets thanks to the Custom Asset Library that was introduced with 2.9.
Enscape now supports simultaneous loading of texture images (used in materials), which results in significantly faster loading times.