Bluebeam Studio contains cloud storage and cloud collaboration features and is built in to all versions of Bluebeam Revu. Jim demonstrates how to use the Revu iPad app to connect to your Bluebeam Studio account and access digital drawings and documents that are stored in a Bluebeam Studio Project, including projects that you have created in your account, and projects that have been created by others.
- [Voiceover] Bluebeam Studio is a feature built in…to all versions of Bluebeam.…And Studio consists of two elements,…Studio Sessions is a document collaboration feature…and Studio Projects is Bluebeam's own Cloud storage feature…that allows us to create folders for storing and sharing…files and documents.…Now using Studio Projects, might have some advantages…over third party storage solutions…because Projects allows for very fine grain control…over who can access what and what they can do with the file.…And these permissions can all be set…from right within Bluebeam.…
Now I have an in-depth discussion…on the use of Bluebeam Studio in our Bluebeam Basics course.…But the basic process here on the iPad looks like this.…First, there's a couple of ways to interface…with Studio folders on the iPad,…depending on whether you're trying to get to a Studio folder…in a Studio account that you own or Studio folder…in an account that someone else set up.…So let's take a look at those two differences.…I'm gonna go ahead and tap here…
- Syncing to cloud accounts
- Using File Access to pin and sync files
- Marking up drawings and documents
- Adding photos and videos
- Scaling and measuring