I have begun creating a series of video tutorials to supplement our standard Revit classes. The first one is done and posted to Enceptia’s YouTube […]
Revit Update 4 (or Revit R2) is now available for subscription customers:
To download, go to your subscription site and check the listings for […]
Autodesk has updated the model performance technical note – it’s got tons of information on how to get the most out of your Revit installation […]
We’ve been getting a lot of calls since people started installing Revit 2015 about missing content – no “stock” families, error messages about the Family Template Path being invalid, no family templates installed, no project templates installed, etc. This is apparently a fairly common problem with the installation of Revit – it was a problem for a few people with Revit 2014, but it seems to be much more prevalent with Revit 2015, and is addressed in great detail an Autodesk Knowledge Base article.
When your car starts making that strange noise or that check engine light comes on, we’ve mostly learned (sometimes the hard way), the longer we wait until we address it the more expensive it can become.
The same thing can happen with your Revit Projects if you don’t pay attention to warning signs.