Sunday, 18 April 2010

Getting Started with Revit 2011 in 90 Seconds

Just getting started with Revit? These videos will describe basic features that are common across Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, and Revit MEP. Be sure to start here and then move onto the other "Getting Started in 90 Seconds" playlists or visit for more information. These were posed to YouTube on the 16th April 2011.

Autodesk Revit: Getting Started
Introduces the Revit user interface and helps you get up and running with Revit.

Autodesk Revit: Working with Parameters
Demonstrates that every object in a Revit building model, has properties that affect both its behavior and description. Also shows how to modify object properties

Autodesk Revit: Working with a Common Model
Illustrates that views are not simply static representations of the Revit building model.

Autodesk Revit: Using Revit Families
Provides an overview of using Revit families to add content to a building model, including how to load a family, select a type, and place an instance.

Autodesk Revit: Understanding Constraints
Introduces how constraints, such as dimensions and alignment can control the design intent of your Revit model.

Autodesk Revit: Sketching
Provides examples of when a sketch is required in Revit to create geometry (such as roofs, slabs, and ceilings), and introduces the draw tools.

Autodesk Revit: 3D Modeling in Revit
Presents the concept of 3D modeling in Revit while creating a full description of the building.

Autodesk Revit: Linking Models
Shows how to link building models in Revit to aid collaboration across architectural, structural, and MEP disciplines.

Autodesk Revit: Exploring Model versus Annotation Components
Illustrates that Revit model components display in all views, while annotations (such as tags and dimensions) only display in the view in which they are placed.

Autodesk Revit: Creating Section and Elevation Views
Demonstrates how to create and modify section and elevation views of the Revit model.

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