Revit 2010 comes with a set of RPC content for your renders. But perhaps you want to make your own RPC content? Well, head over to
http://www.archvision.com/ and register.
Then Login, and go to the menu item shown below:
Download and install the RPC Creator, and then enjoy making your own content!Have a look at
this link for a getting started guide on using the program.
So, you want to be kept right up to date and be notified when the new Revit 2010 Web Update comes out?
http://rss-support.autodesk.com/subscription Tick the boxes for the products you are interested in (for example, I just ticked ‘Revit Architecture’)
You will be presented with the RSS url for the feed that you want – simply add it to your favourite RSS reader.
I am currently using Outlook 2007 to keep track of the all the RSS feeds I am interested in – this way I can easily email interesting information to other staff in the office.Revit wants, no, Revit NEEDS for you to keep it up to date! While your at it, feel free to add my RSS to your reader by the link on the right or by:
It is a sad day indeed.
The passing of Michael Jackson might be viewed by some as a time for eloquence and flowery superlatives.
But I recommend that you look inside, at yourself. Remember the feelings that the music of Michael Jackson generated deep in your heart.
Those feelings are more powerful than any words you may read on any blog report on the loss of Michael Jackson.
Please have a look at the following post for a good list of where add-ons using the API are up to at the moment.
Just found an informative site that covers most of the basics for Revit.
If you have some staff members in your office who are just starting out, send them to:
Thanks to David Kingham –
So, I’m thinking I would like to start getting some more followers.
I really appreciate you 3 guys (my current followers), really I do!
I found a good site at:
I think the tip about making sure your blog gets pinged was great. Go to the following sites to make it happen:
http://www.technorati.com/ http://www.blo.gs/ http://www.weblogs.com/ http://www.pingomatic.com/
Autodesk Seek is nearly coming of age. It references content from
this site. You might prefer the interface of the Smartbim site over that of Seek at the moment.
Whether you use Revit or not, I challenge you to find a faster way to access your frequently used folders.
However, since upgrading to Vista x64, I am struggling to find a good replacement!! I’ll let you know when I do…
So I got a nice email from Avatech yesterday saying that I could download the full Avatech Utilities for Revit 2010 for free!
If you are signed up with Avatech, you may have got a similar email.
Otherwise, look into it at:
There is a ‘Lite’ version that anyone will be able to get for free.