Tagged: 2019 R2, ensight, Envision, fluid-dynamics, General
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
A: Envision can be run in two modes: Pro and Standard. Pro has more capability to create new objects whereas Standard is more for viewing existing objects in a 3D viewer. By default, Ansys users with an ensight license will always be running Envision in Pro mode. But sometimes you might want to run in standard mode, either because you do not want to consume and Envision Pro license or because you want to see what users without a license will see when they run Envision. For people who do not typically install any Ansys software there is a separate publicly available executable for Envision Standard that requires no licenses and looks for no license and can be downloaded from the Ansys public web site. Search the Ansys website for Envison. It is only intended for people who do not have an Ansys license that you would like to send 3D Envision results to. The Envision that is shipped within Ansys software packages can run in both Pro and Standard mode. When it starts, by default, it will look for an envision_pro license key. If it finds one it runs as Envision Pro and if it cannot find one it pops up an info message and runs as Envison Standard. Which mode is running is displayed in the header bar of the window. You can force Envision to run from the start as Envision Standard by running the command with the -standard argument. For example, from a default install on Windows the command for 2019R2 would be “C:Program FilesANSYS Incv194CEIbinenvision194.bat” -standard If you do this a lot, you might prefer to have a start menu item. Simply duplicate the existing start menu item for Envision and modify it to run the envision command with the -standard argument.
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