This page will be updated to show as much detail as possible on all new features and improvements released in each Revizto update.

Features Released in each Revizto Update

Release 4.13

Build 53385, Version Number 4.13.0.53385, Date 2019-12-31

Major Features (link):

  • Ability to mark up attached image & 360 photo
  • Spell Checker for Windows/Mac
  • Support of Bentley Microstation (Alpha version)
  • Ability to mark up photos on iPad
  • Improved Markup Editor

Release 4.12

Build 53051, Version Number 4.12.0.53051, Date 2019-12-10

Major Features (link):

  • Sheet Compare
    • Compare different sheets and versions in real-time
    • Create and track issues on Compare View
    • View markups on original sheet version for each issue; compare with current sheet version
    • Visually align sheets for comparison if needed
    • Additional Features & Enhancements

Other Features:

  • Halftone mode for 2D sheets
  • New filters for issues including: Deadline, Closing Date, Date of Creation
  • Ability to sort issues by title
  • Improved drag controls for point-to-point ruler mode
  • Ability to control visibility distance of clash icons in 3D scene
  • New, faster rendering engine for 2D sheets and improved PDF support
  • New Plugin for Navisworks Simulate 2020

Release 4.11

Date 2019-10-17

Major Features (link):

  • Integration with Procore RFI. All the valuable information coordinated and collaborated on in Revizto can feed directly into Procore RFI in one easy-to-access location and powerful workflow.
  • Create stamps directly from authoring software: Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Vectorworks, Tekla.
  • Enhancements for saved issue filters: easily find a desired filter through search; reorder filters alphanumerically if needed.
    Rhino 6 plugin
  • Vectorworks 2020 plugin

Release 4.10

Date 2019-09-20

Major Feature (link):

  • Integration with BIM 360 Docs and BIM 360 Team for Revizto Documents. It includes the ability to
    • browse BIM 360 hosted files within Revizto,
    • attach them to issues,
    • convert hosted PDFs to sheets,
    • make selected documents available offline for on-site work

Release 4.9

Date 2019-08-21

Major Feature (link):

  • Revizto Documents
    • View files from Box, Procore, BIM 360 inside Revizto
    • Attach documents to issues
    • Link sheets to CDE-hosted PDFs to see the actual version with no need to re-export
    • Make selected documents available offline for on-site work

Other Features:

  • Two-factor authentication support
  • Vectorworks plugin
  • Project gallery: project options dialog redesigned
  • 2D sheet revisions panel redesigned

Release 4.8 Special Update

Date 2019-05-16

Major Features (link):

  • Support of Revit 2020, AutoCAD 2020, Navisworks 2020.
  • Ability to send multiple issues to Procore at once through multi-edit.
  • Ability to turn automatic project updates off in preferences (may be useful when using slow cellular connection).
  • Ability to attach 360 photos from camera roll to issues on the iPad.
  • Support of Autodesk Inventor 2019.

Release 4.8

Date 2018-08-31

Major Features (link):

  • Issue Stamps
    Accelerate your markup workflow with Issue Stamps. This new feature will enable you to identify project issues with a single click and automate the reporting and management of those issues.
  • OBJ Import
    Easily import your reality capture models into Revizto with the new OBJ Import tool.
  • Bi-directional clash status synchronization with Navisworks
    Enhance your clash detection process with bi-directional clash status synchronization between Revizto and Navisworks.
  • Export to IFC
    Ability to export Revizto projects to IFC format.
  • High res images in the Issue Tracker
    Revizto Issue Tracker now supports high resolution images up to 4K – including markups over both 3D and photos.
  • Ruler in VR
    Explore and define issues accurately with our new Ruler tool in Virtual Reality.
  • Toggle between grids and levels of sub-models
    Navigate your model even easier with the ability to toggle between grids and the levels of the sub-models in your project.
  • Hebrew support for text input

Revizto 4.7

Date 2018-04-24

Major Features (link):

  • Displaying multiple issue markups on sheets. In this mode, you can see all markups related to selected sheet.
  • Ability to export any of your sheets to PDF with its markups, based on issue filtering and presents.
  • Ability to create custom filters presets in the Issue Tracker (for both reporting and filtering).
  • Ability to update issues brought in from BCF. New workflow to allow Solibri clash detection integration through BCF.
  • Integration with Tekla, so you can export directly from Tekla with our plugin.
  • Display of double-sided materials
  • New optional access limitation for ‘export to .exe / save as’
  • Support of Revit 2019
  • Support of Navisworks 2019
  • Support of AutoCAD 2019
  • Performance improvements

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Note: More historical entries and additional detail for each Revizto update will be progressively added…

 

As per notes below, Dynamo Revit 2.3 will be deployed with this update..

Release Notes: at this link, Enhancements here, Issues Resolved here.

Download: at Revit 2020.2 Update Direct Download LinkRevit update image

Filename: Autodesk_Revit_2020_2.exe

Enhancements:

Dynamo for Revit
Integrated Dynamo Revit 2.3 to Revit 2020.2.
A new Dynamo node called ‘Selection – All Elements of Category in View’, which allows for selection of all elements of a designated category in a view, is available.
A new Dynamo node called ‘Element-Delete’, which allows for deleting elements through a Dynamo script, is available.
File Corruption
Enhanced data storage implementation to prevent missing element file corruption.
MEP Analytical Systems
Added support for specifying an absorptance value for architectural element types and passing it to the Systems Analysis feature.
MEP Electrical Panel Schedule
Improved the behavior to show circuit and panel properties directly in a panel schedule view.
Revit Cloud Models
Improved support for increased communications security protocols to better safeguard data and communications.
Revit Home
Provided a consistent visual style between Revit and Civil application home.
Provided a self-guidance message that displays when a customer opens the published version of Revit Cloud model from Desktop Connector.
Route Analysis
An enhancement to the Route Analysis Path of Travel tool allows you to add and edit waypoints on an existing Path of Travel line so that it goes through specific points along the Path from A to B.
Two new APIs, PathOfTravel.FindStartsOfLongestPathsFromRooms() and PathOfTravel.FindEndsOfShortestPaths() support streamlined route analysis workflows to find longest paths from locations in rooms to destinations (such as exit doors).
Schedules
The currently active cell and row are highlighted so that they can be easily found when working in a large schedule.
Added the ability to freeze (lock)/unfreeze the schedule title and header in place to keep them visible when scrolling through a long schedule.
Shared Coordinates
Added the ability to show the Revit internal origin from the host model and the linked models.
Removed clip function on the project base point so that it’s always moved in unclip mode.
Steel Connections for Dynamo
Updated the “Autodesk Steel Connections” documentation with the new nodes for Load Connection.
Updated the “Autodesk Steel Connections” documentation with the new nodes for analysis results.
Updated the “Autodesk Steel Connections” documentation with the modified behavior of the “Connection.ByType” Dynamo node.
Added support for envelope minimum and maximum in the load case/load combination input drop-down for the “Autodesk Steel Connections” Dynamo package.
Added Input.ResultTypes node for “Autodesk Steel Connections” Dynamo package, containing a drop-down of result types (Fx,Fy,Fz,Mx,My,Mz).
Added a drop-down Dynamo node to the Steel Connection Automation package to list the Analysis results, Load Case/Combination/Envelope, and model name for the current project and provide as input to FilterBy.AnalysisResults node.
Added the “Filter.ByVerticalPosition” node for the “Autodesk Steel Connections” package, and the “Connection.ByType” node now throws an exception when placing base plate connection types at the upper end.
Changed the names of the following Steel Connection Automation nodes : ConnectionNode.FromStructure, ConnectionNode.SubNodesOfSize and BySectionType.
Removed the Sub-connection category, which included Miter and Cope, from the Steel Connection Automation “Connection Type” drop-down. The placement of those cuts can still be automated by including them in Custom Connections.
Added a new Dynamo node, which can filter the connection nodes using the analysis results stored in Results Builder, to the Steel Connection Automation package.
Added the “existing” output to the “Connection.ByType” Dynamo node for the “Autodesk Steel Connections” package.
Fixed an issue in the Steel Connection Automation package that caused all typical scripts that can apply Base Plate connections to display an incorrect warning message on each run.
View – Other
Added a Fly mode to the Navigation bar that provides direct access and shortcuts to give the experience of “flying” through a model live to present it to clients and stakeholders.

 

Issues Resolved:

Autodesk A360 Sign In
Improved stability when launching Revit.
Dynamo for Revit
Fixed an issues where the Path of Travel nodes were not available in Dynamo for Revit.
Export DWG/DXF
Fixed an issue where exporting a sheet with multiple rotated views to DWG resulted in elements being moved away from the correct position.
Fixed an issue that resulted in incorrectly moved and rotated blocks, caused by exporting sheets that contain rotated viewports to DWG.
Fixed an issue that occurred when exporting a sheet with multiple viewports to DWG and resulted in some elements missing parts of their geometry.
Fabrication – MEP
Fixed an issue that prevented product data from being read when it was located in the common database directory.
Fixed an issue that enabled users to access costing information from the data that was cached in the model.
Fixed a stability issue that resulted in splitter warning messages displaying incorrectly when attempting to place some parts in the model.
Family
Fixed an issue in which non-existent doors were shown in schedules.
File Corruption
Improved stability when performing Sync with Central.
File Open/Save Internals
Improved stability when working offline with file-based worksharing.
Ensured that the model’s name is presented when generating warning dialogs.
Updated .ini setting for ignoring foreign file warnings to save the full file path of the suppressed file.
gbXML
Changed the tolerance value that is used to determine analytical surfaces that are passed to gbXML so that it corresponds with the value used by EnergyPlus and other simulation engines.
Graphics – Display
Fixed an issue where pan and orbit stopped working in an uncropped perspective view after an error dialog was closed.
Host Sweeps
Improved stability when editing a gutter with a potential geometry failure.
Link Topography
Improved performance when switching to the Topography tab in the Manage Links dialog when many topographies are linked.
Improved performance when placing spot annotations by picking points on the link topography.
MEP Analytical Systems
Fixed a weather service timeout issue that caused a sporadic systems analysis failure.
Added support for weekend usage schedules when running an annual simulation systems analysis.
Improved the usability of systems analysis reports by matching the zone names to the model’s analytical space names when using the ideal air system to calculate loads.
Improved performance by generating the default unconditioned zone equipment using one per analytical space.
Fixed an issue that could cause a systems analysis report to be truncated due to a size limit for Revit views by locating all systems analysis reports in a Revit subfolder.
Fixed an issue that caused instability while running a systems analysis that produces a very large report.
MEP Connectors
The ability to add pipe insulation and change parameters for piping elements can now be performed by using group edit mode.
Fixed an issue that caused instability when displaying a pipe or duct rise or drop symbol within certain views.
MEP Duct/Pipe Display
Fixed an issue that caused the wrong rise/drop symbol to display when an accessory is located in a vertical duct.
MEP Electrical Settings
Improved stability when opening and upgrading a Revit model.
MEP Graphics
Fixed an issue that caused a line to appear inside the rise symbol for single line piping when printing.
MEP Insulation lining
Fixed an issue that occurred when a model contained insulation with a specific thickness, and which caused the project to fail to upgrade.
MEP Pipe
Fixed an issue that caused a lag when selecting a pipe or duct.
Materials
Improved stability when editing custom parameters in the Material Browser.
Reinforcement – Fabrics
Corrected an issue related to the wire mesh diameter exported to IFC.
Reinforcement – Multi-Rebar Annotation
Fixed an issue that caused a multi-rebar annotation to display, even when all the rebar references where cropped out of the view.
Improved stability when adding parameters to a multi-rebar annotation tag and reloading into the project.
Fixed an issue that resulted in a multi-rebar annotation displaying information from non-rebar references if the option to group tag heads was disabled.
Reinforcement – Shape Driven Rebar
Improved stability when constraining a bar connected by couplers to another bar.
Improved stability when editing rebar constraints in a view placed on a sheet.
Revit Cloud Models
Fixed “Manage Links” dialog to show full model path names.
Stopped creating some collaboration cache files to reduce customer disk space usage.
Revit Home
Fixed an issue in which the File Menu list did not display when enabling the ‘Do not keep history of recently opened documents’ Windows setting.
Fixed the File Menu lagging issue that occurred when opening a central model from an external internet path.
Fixed truncated texts in button and description in Open Published Version dialog for some languages.
Route Analysis
Enabled access to Route Analysis settings from within any active view, not just plan views.
Fixed an issue to prevent a path of travel analysis from being placed or copied to a section or elevation view of the model.
Shared Coordinates
Fixed an issue that resulted in the highlighted point being too large when snapping to the project base point and the survey point from a linked Revit model.
Improved stability when binding a linked model where the project base point or survey point is visible in the current view.
Steel Connections for Dynamo
Fixed an issue that resulted in the Dynamo scripts creating invalid Steel Connections and not counting or deleting the connections.
Fixed an issue with one sample Dynamo script where it could place invalid Apex connections.
Fixed an issue resulting in duplicate and overlapping connections created by Steel Connections for Dynamo scripts with invalid input.
Fixed an issue that resulted in scripts designed to filter for vertical beams (columns) using the Slant Angle node incorrectly considering horizontal elements.
Fixed some of the sample scripts delivered with Steel Connection Automation packages that had overlapping nodes.
Fixed a typo in the “Apex Haunch” sample script (En-US) of the “Autodesk Steel Connections” Dynamo package.
Templates
Aligned the Project Base Point with Internal Origin in the DACH project templates.
UI Frameworks
Improved stability when opening a model.
User Interface
Fixed an issue where Revit could lock up and did not react to any commands when using a Network license.
Upgrade
Improved stability when upgrading a 2019 Revit model that contains steel elements with an invalid state.
Worksharing
Increased program stability when network is disconnected mid-session.

The Revizto Export Scheduler does a great job at automating export tasks from Revit and Navisworks direct into Revizto.

But what if you want to decommission a machine that is doing repetitive export tasks? And move those export tasks to another machine?

Overview
You just need to copy the .db files from the Source Machine to the Target Machine.

Note: The Target Machine will need to have an almost identical environment as the Source, especially in terms of file locations and BIM360 cache folder locations.

Here is how you might do it…

Step by step

On The Source Machine (the one with current Revizto Scheduler jobs)

  1. Confirm that a given scheduled task runs successfully by using the Run button

  2. Revizto Scheduled Tasks are stored inside the Revizto Working Folder, .db file. So we need to determine which folder to work in…
  3. To determine which Revizto Project is being scheduled, look at the name to the right of the -> in the list. In the case below, the Revizto Project Name is “Scheduler_Connection_Status”

  4. Identify the Revizto Project ID + location folder of that particular project (from Revizto Viewer, Project Open, hold mouse over the project thumbnail to see the ID)

  5. In the above image, the project ID has been identified as a ‘60557’, and location folder is R:\Revizto\60557. Now, navigate to the Revizto Working Folder (location can be found in Revizto Preferences – General). Inside the Revizto Working Folder, look for the relevant project folder:

     

  6. For safety – close, Revizto and forcibly close the background services “ReviztoService.exe” and “ReviztoServiceGUI.exe”

  7. Navigate into this folder – there is a .db file in there. Copy it somewhere safe.

  8. Proceed with next set of steps on the Target Machine…

On the Target Machine

  1. Open the relevant Revizto project on the Target machine. Ensure the model is downloaded correctly (this creates the local cache folder). Now, close Revizto.
  2. For BIM 360 tasks, ensure you have at least opened each model once on the Target machine (to create the cache)
  3. Using steps 4 to 7 in the section above, close Revizto services, and find and backup the .db file somewhere safe
  4. Now, copy and paste the .db file from the Source machine into the Target project folder
  5. Launch the Revizto Export Scheduler from the desktop
  6. Confirm the job has been imported

  7. Test running the Scheduled Task on the Target Machine

If you experience an error like this, it is probably because your username is different on the new machine:

I fixed this by creating a dummy folder structure, and then adding the symbolic link. Keep in mind that different versions of Revit have different cache folder locations…

If this still doesn’t work for you, you might consider copying the entire Revizto Working Folder from one machine to another.

… And it looks amazing!

With Lumion, you can invite others to see the life in your designs.

Some of the new features in Lumion 10 include:

  • Fine-detail nature models
  • Displacement mapping
  • Real Skies at Night and Aurora Borealis
  • New content for creating living spaces and environments
  • Paint placement
  • And much more….

To learn more, head over to this link.

Ten versions of Lumion = A decade of reliable, intuitive rendering software.

Check out the release video playlist below:

Fixes

  • When loading merged models from BIM 360 Glue, selection sets and clash tests that
    were created with Navisworks 2018 or earlier now show and maintain the correct
    individual model or file selections (NW-54655).
  • Changing a Timeliner appearance using the Configure tab no longer causes a crash
    when .NET Framework 4.8 is installed (NW-54941).
  • Navisworks will no longer run out of memory and crash when saving an NWF file larger
    than 2GB to an NWD format (NW-55133).
  • Patched a potential security vulnerability in the licensing code (NW-55168).

 

Known Issues

Release Notes

Direct Download

Navisworks Freedom 2019 Update 4 Direct Download Link Here

When Revizto Stamps were first released, I didn’t fully understand how powerful they would become – but now, Stamps are probably the most widely used method of issue creation in the entire Revizto ecosystem. A Stamp is basically an “Issue Template”.  If you have a particular type of issue or problem or question that regularly comes up on your projects, you create a Stamp so that you don’t have to keep entering the same data over and over again. These stamps can be pre-tagged, prioritised, and pre-assigned, and that creates real efficiencies across your entire project team and lifecycle.

Up until now, Stamps could only be created inside the Revizto Viewer – but as of Revizto 4.11 (released today), you can now create a Stamp issue from Revit or Navisworks (or other software with the Revizto plugin).

Here’s how to do it in Revit (the workflow is similar in all platforms):

  1. Open a Revit project that is connected to a Revizto project
  2. While reviewing the model or drawings, click the New Issue button

  3. On the issue creation screen in Revizto, click the ST button (this allows you to apply the Stamp to the new issue):

  4. Select the relevant Stamp from the list:

  5. Optionally edit the pre-filled issue title to add more detail
  6. Add any desired markups with the markup tools
  7. Click Done

The above workflow can also be performed from a Revit Sheet (creating an issue on the 2D sheet that has been synced from Revit to Revizto):

If you want to adjust the Stamp pin position (for 3D issue):

  1. Go to the issue
  2. Click 3D on the far left
  3. Click Update 3D at the top

  4. Move the pin in 3D space
  5. Click Done

The above workflow to move a pin position is similar for 2D issues, but you should click on the Markup icon on the far left, and then click Edit Markup at the top of screen.

 

This new feature will further increase the already widespread use of Revizto Stamps, and in turn improve the consistency of data applied to issues… regardless of what platform you are using to review or markup your designs!

 

Also in this new version is enhanced Procore integration, and Vectorworks 2020 support. Full release notes copied below…

Revizto 4.11 Release Notes

Version : 4.11.52232 (17 October 2019)
 
Revizto app

– Direct integration with Procore RFI module. Ability to elevate Revizto issues to new or existing RFIs. Once the issue is elevated, its status will be locked – it will reflect the status of the RFI. All RFI status changes will be reflected in Revizto issue.
Important note: the integration with Coordination Issues module of Procore has been discontinued in favour of direct RFI integration.
– Ability to create stamps from plugins (Revit, Navisworks, etc). There is a new stamp button on the issue creation screen that allows converting issue to stamp upon creation.
– Enhancements for saved issue filters: ability to search by name and apply alphanumeric ordering.
– Clearing the cache for Revizto projects now has several options. For example, it now allows removing all project files to save space on the hard drive, while keeping export settings.
– Increased the character limit to 100 characters for stamp category names.

Revizto plugins

– Vectorworks 2020 support.
– Rhino 6 support.

All Revizto products

– Stability improvements and bug fixes.

Following the integration of Revizto with Procore and Box, starting today you can also connect Revizto to BIM 360 Docs and BIM 360 Team. This will allow you to browse BIM 360 hosted files within Revizto, attach them to issues, and convert hosted PDFs to sheets that you can easily markup.

Download it from here

This opens up some exciting possibilities:

  • Upload PDFs from your project into BIM 360 Docs, and then automatically sync and convert those sheets to Revizto 2D sheets. You can then markup these sheets with the Revizto issue tracker. You could even use the extremely fast ‘viewport sync’ from the Revizto Revit addin to actually enable those PDFs for 2D to 3D overlay. This potentially provides a massive performance enhancement to the existing Revizto to Revit sheet export process.
  • Store commissioning documents, specifications, and other project documents on BIM360, and then attach those live documents to issues in the Issue Tracker
  • Take the BIM 360 Docs offline to your device using Revizto, including on our iPad app. In this way, you can take the 3D model, drawings, and Documents offline to the device and take them onsite easily. All interactions with the issue tracker will ‘sync’ when an internet connection becomes available.

How Do You Enable the Revizto BIM 360 Docs Integration?

Prerequisites:

  • you should be a BIM 360 Account Admin to install the Revizto BIM 360 app
  • if you wish to install this integration for BIM 360 Docs / Document Management, you must have access to the Apps tab in BIM 360 Account Admin. From Autodesk website:
    Note: If you are on an enterprise plan and the Apps or Custom Integration features are not enabled, send an email to bim360appsactivations@autodesk.com to request access. You can also contact support for further help and information.
  1. Install the new version of Revizto (4.10)
  2. Login to BIM360 in your browser to confirm you are a BIM 360 Account Admin
  3. Install Revizto BIM 360 app here – go to Apps tab
    > Select Revizto> Click Add to BIM 360

    > Authorise

    > The app should now be Active

  4. Open Revizto and login to Revizto if necessary
  5. Go to Docs in Revizto and Connect Project to BIM 360:
    Follow prompts in Web browser:

  6. Allow Access:

  7. Select your Hub and Project (if you didn’t enable the BIM 360 Docs app, you will only see BIM 360 Teams hubs here):
  8. You should receive this message:

Your BIM 360 Docs connection to Revizto should now be active!

 

Go to this link to find Revizto on BIM 360 App Store

There are some other nice enhancements in Revizto 4.10, you see the full Release Notes below.

Release Notes:

Version : 4.10.51843

Revizto app

– New integration with BIM 360 Docs and BIM 360 Team for Revizto Documents. It includes the ability to browse BIM 360 hosted files within Revizto, attach them to issues, convert hosted PDFs to sheets.
– 2D gallery: visual indicators for sheets hosted on Box/Procore/BIM 360.
– 2D gallery: new sheet filter by the number of total issues.
– Image viewer in Issue Tracker attachments and Docs: ability to open any image as 360 panorama.
– Docs: checkboxes for group operations moved to the left side + some other visual tweaks.
– New setting in Cache Management: ability to set max file size for issue attachments downloaded using “Download for field” button.
– Terminology change: Revizto Revisions renamed to Versions to eliminate ambiguity with Revit sheet Revisions. Project -> Revisions dialog is now called Project -> Versions.
– Tooltips in the UI will now show up quicker.

Navisworks plugin

– Export Scheduler now has an option to choose between 2 types of Navisworks licenses: AdLM and BIM 360. Scheduled task will run Navisworks in selected licensing mode.
– Removed the ability to export sheets from Navisworks.

All Revizto products

– Stability improvements and bug fixes.

 

Other Notes:

Emails sent to Autodesk to get BIM 360 Apps enabled:

I am Account Admin for XYZ – please enable the Apps and Custom Integrations panels as per:
Note: If you are on an enterprise plan and the Apps or Custom Integration features are not enabled, send an email to bim360appsactivations@autodesk.com to request access. You can also contact support for further help and information.

 

Response:

Hi Luke,

I have enabled your Developer Account; you’re all set!
– you should now see the APPs & Custom Integrations tabs in BIM 360 Account Admin.

Would you mind sharing which integration is of interest? Or perhaps you’re planning to build a new custom integration?
– It’s helpful for us to know what folks are trying to build/solve.
– You can explore our existing partner integrations here, or in the APPs tab.

For technical questions about Forge APIs, feel free to reach out to the Forge Team.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks,

 

This post includes download links and release notes for Navisworks 2019 Update 3.

Navisworks Manage 2019 Update 3 Direct Download Link

Release notes

File name: NW_NAVMAN_2019_Update3.exe

Enhancements

  • Levels are now hidden when reading IFC files using the Revit IFC loader (NW-54146).
  • Revit and IFC files now default to Shaded render mode when loaded using the Revit and Revit IFC loaders (NW-54945).

Fixes

PDMS attribute files

  • PDMS attribute files (e.g. ATT, TXT files) can now contain lines longer than 500 characters (NW-54885).
  • PDMS attribute files containing attributes with the prefix ‘END’ in their name are now processed correctly (NW-54887).

Revit files

  • Geometries are now displayed correctly when loading Revit files using File > Export > NWC (NW-54912).

IFC loader

  • When reading IFC files using the Revit IFC loader, all geometry elements are now converted and displayed correctly (NW-54940).

 

Navisworks Freedom 2019 Update 3 Direct Download Link

Navisworks Simulate 2019 Update 3 Direct Download Link