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Apr 15, 2004


Mike Reilly

Why can't VIZ import Revit files?? Autodesk says it wants us to use Revit, but they don't back up their hype by allowing VIZ to import Revit. If it can import Inventor, Revit should be no more difficult.

If would be so much easier for me to get permission to buy Revit if it could work with VIZ or Vizrender.

Mick Dunn

Agree totally with Mike's comment. I'm moving totally away from AutoCAD and certainly don't do any modelling in AutoCAD anymore. Revit is far easier and more intuitive.


I was really looking forward to Revit files linking into VIZ 5.0 in the same manner as ADT files do. But was very disappointed to find out that it doesn't. I certainly won't be upgrading anymore VIZ licenses until this happens.
Very disappointing Autodesk!!!

Thomas Cummings


One of the main reasons I went with Revit is that it "is the future". Without a direct link to Viz and with "baby" Accurender I feel ripped off and disillusioned by the difference between what AutoDesk says and does.


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