Revit Time Travel Phases Tip

[fa icon="calendar'] August 01, 2019 / by Pat Hill posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Patrick Hill, AEC Application Engineer

This weeks’ video is a short tip on how to quickly change geometry that was drawn in one phase and change its phase properties to be a previous phase. This tip will allow you to change all your geometry without having to select each element.

 

 

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Autodesk Security Updates May Be Required for Cloud Access

[fa icon="calendar'] August 01, 2019 / by Autodesk posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Autodesk will be updating their older cloud-based services to utilize some newer security features now offered. Those services will be updated on August 3rd, 2019. For reference, we have included the letter that Autodesk has sent out to users that still have access to the older cloud-based services. If you are using versions of 2018 Autodesk software or earlier you will likely not have access to the cloud data after August 3rd if you do not upgrade your software. The link included with the email will direct you to the web page the describes the issue and has links to updates for Autodesk software and the relevant versions.

IMPORTANT: this update applies to SINGLE USER SUBSCRIBERS. Users with perpetual or multi-user network license are not affected

If you have received this letter, it is a legitimate letter from Autodesk and is required if you intend to continue access your projects with older software.

 

Hello—

Last month, we tried to contact you because our records show you have a version of Autodesk software that may be vulnerable to data exchange compromise. Certain older versions of Autodesk software on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems are using Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0/1.1 protocols; most versions 2018-2020 are not affected. For customers using Revit cloud-connected features, Revit Cloud Worksharing, and Cloud Models for Revit, additional updates may be necessary.*

We have heard concerns about how long it would take to make the necessary system updates.

After careful consideration, we have revised the date for the TLS 1.0/1.1 deprecation to August 3, 2019, to ensure our customers have the time required to successfully adopt the patches without disrupting their work.

To ensure your security and connectivity, you’ll find patches for most affected products on the Autodesk Knowledge Network. If you’re using a software version listed, we urge you to address the issue by August 3, 2019 so you don’t lose software access or connectivity; if applied after August 3, the available patches should still resolve the issue.

Although the updates are not required until August 3, we highly recommend installing them as soon as possible.

At Autodesk, we are fully committed to your security and success.

 

Sincerely,

Autodesk Customer Service

 

* Additional updates: Revit Cloud Worksharing is the in-Revit part of BIM 360 Design and includes operations like initiate collaboration, model open, sync with central. It is accessible Revit 2015 and later versions.

  • All Revit versions on maintenance or subscription must be updated to the latest point release to continue to use Revit Cloud Worksharing.
  • You must also apply a Personal Accelerator (PAC) security fix once for any version of Revit. The PAC is used by Revit Cloud Worksharing to accelerate open and sync operations. It is installed once per machine and works with all versions of Revit.
  • For Revit Cloud Worksharing with Revit 2015 or 2016, you must also apply the latest Autodesk Licensing Manager Hotfixes included with the patches for Revit products.

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Autodesk Vehicle Tracking

[fa icon="calendar'] July 26, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, AEC Application Engineer

This Four Minute Friday will cover Autodesk Vehicle Tracking. Vehicle Tracking is an Autodesk Product that allows for Vehicle Routing, Parking Lot Layouts and Round About Design.

 

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"Who's Got Time?" Ways Bluebeam Can Improve Communication and Save Time Within Your Projects!

[fa icon="calendar'] July 19, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Broderick Whitlock, AEC Application Engineer

As we know in a busy world ‘Time is Money!’ Bluebeam Revu has the right solution to reduce wasted time doing some of the industry’s most repetitive tasks. It can also help save time by creating a virtual collaboration space for you and other disciplines to mark up drawings in real time!

In this webinar you we will discuss the following:
• Reduce Redundant Processes by Batch Signing and Sealing
• Revision Tracking and Management with Document Compare
• Single Source of Truth using Bluebeam Studio
-Projects
-Sessions
• Annotation Summary with Hyperlinks

 

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Upgrading a BIM 360 Project to a Newer Version of Revit

[fa icon="calendar'] July 12, 2019 / by Bruce Harris posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Bruce Harris, AEC Application Engineer

This webinar will cover upgrading a BIM 360 project to a newer version of Revit. 

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Saving Time with Bluebeam Revu Using the Dynamic Fill Tool

[fa icon="calendar'] June 21, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in Four Minute Friday

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Broderick Whitlock, TPM Application Engineer

This week's video will show you how to save time with Bluebeam Revu using the Dynamic Fill Tool. 

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Creating a Pipe Network Part in Autodesk Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] May 24, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, TPM Application Engineer

This video explains the workflow for creating and utilizing a new pipe network structure in Civil 3D.

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What's New in Revit MEP 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] May 17, 2019 / by Bruce Harris posted in Four Minute Friday

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Bruce Harris, TPM Application Engineer

This week's video will show you the new features in Autodesk Revit MEP 2020.

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Importing PDFs into Revit 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] May 10, 2019 / by Broderick Whitlock posted in Four Minute Friday, Civil3d, Polyline grading, Topography

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Broderick Whitlock, TPM Application Engineer

What we have all been waiting for is finally here! Well, I can say for some of us at least!   Autodesk Revit 2020 was released in April 2020. There are a few major features that were included with this release, such as Steel Connections, Rebar in Model in Place, Path of Travel Automation (not for coded egress paths) and what this post is about IMPORTING PDF’S into Revit!

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How to Project Floor Lines and Roof Edges in Revit

[fa icon="calendar'] May 03, 2019 / by Patrick Hill posted in Revit Architecture, Four Minute Friday, Projected Lines, Floor Lines

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Patrick Hill, TPM Application Engineer

This four-minute Friday video shows you how to project floor or roof edges to floors below. This workflow locks the linework to the geometry which allows changes to be seen with both the 2D linework as well as the 3D geometry.

 

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