After a 10 year association with Dimond Architects, I have decided to move to Adelaide and seek out new opportunities.
We part on very good terms, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Directors, Ian and Sharyn Dimond, for their awesome support over the past decade. I wish them all the best and hope that Dimond Architects continues to encourage professional development and forward thinking – an ethos that has allowed What Revit Wants to become what it is today.
I am currently looking at a couple of different employment options, and I will keep you posted as to where I end up. Feel free to contact me if you know of any potential vacancies in Adelaide that would suit a BIM / Revit / IT guy such as myself 🙂
Over the years, I have spent countless hours keeping up with Revit news. I have consistently shared news, tips, tricks, hacks, workarounds, and generally cool things with all of you out there in the Revit community.
I have provided you with free workflows and tools that have probably saved you time and money. This information has been offered to all of you free of charge – over 700 posts of goodness!
I could not have done this without the unfailing support of my employer, Dimond Architects.
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However, in recent correspondence with Autodesk, a more suitable solution was revealed to me. Apparently, some users discovered that the Lagarith Lossless Video Codec works properly in Revit 64-bit. Needless to say, I was quite excited. After some testing, I can confirm that this codec works very successfully.