By Paul Aubin | Saturday, April 11, 2015
Revit is a powerful and popular computer-aided design software used to design and document buildings.
One of its powerful and compelling features is its ability to create photo-realistic renderings directly in the software without any add-ins or extra features. You simply open a 3D view of the model and click render. (OK—there are a few more steps than that; check out my new lynda.com course Rendering with Revit.)
Better still, we can create both static renderings (like a photograph) and animations.
I’m going to show you how to create a Revit walkthrough.
By Paul Aubin | Friday, October 31, 2014
If you thought Revit revisions were anything less than thrilling, this comic-book style tutorial will make you think again.
Our CAD author Paul Aubin created this fun super-story to liven up your learning on the sheet issues and revisions feature in Revit—including new features of Revit 2015.
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