eTransmit for Revit – archiving made easy

I actually don’t need to transmit RVT files too often (yet).  However, I often want to archive a ‘snapshot’ of all the data associated with a project.  eTransmit for Revit makes this possible – and relatively easy.  I recently used it to archive a project, and the resulting folder contained 235 files!

Obviously, you need to be on Subscription to download.  Here are the links:

eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2012 Extension 2012-05-31

eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2013 Extension 2012-05-10

One interesting error that I came across was:
A file with the same name but a different path has already been transmitted.

Here are items eTransmit currently includes:

PS – I remember how excited I was when I first saw eTransmit for AutoCAD!  I’m not that old, am I?

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Basam Yousif
12 years ago

I was a beta tester for this. it never worked. it always failed due to the same error you have or due to it trying to find (and failing to collect) OVERLAY links that weren't always available or current.

Benjamin Dover
10 years ago

I have had great success with ETransmit. Can't live without it.
But now I have Revit 2014 without a subscription and I cannot find anywhere to download it. Autodesk will not make it available without subscription – not sure why(??)
Anyone … can you tell me where to find it?