Autodesk Revit 2019.0.1 Portable [Multilanguage]

autodesk revit 2019 portable

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New way of doing portables: separate .svm packages
-useful for plugins & so: reduces main exe size that contains only the program, then you can download the plugin package only if you want it!
-ability for me to release a small program update through these separate files, without having to make the whole thing form scratch for each update.
→ More updated portables and less unnecessary size!

This portable release includes:
[ REQUIRED ] main package (~6.1 Gb):
  - 6 exe files, including main Autodesk Revit 2019.exe
  - revit.dat (connection between exes and .svm main data file)
  - revit.svm (main core data file)
[ OPTIONAL* ] total ~4.3Gb
- language.svm + exe
(english included, you can request more to make)
- libraries.svm
(contains folder /AppDataCommon/Autodesk/RVT 2019/Libraries (2.2Gb)) 
- materials.svm
(contains folder /ProgramFiles/Common/Autodesk Shared/Materials/Textures (2.0Gb)) 
- update.svm 
(future updates)

► more plugins can be added later by request, or simply add them to "\Sandbox\Autodesk Revit 2019\roaming\modified\@PROGRAMFILES@\Autodesk\Revit 2019\PlugIns\" folder, or similar others (appdata etc), just like the installed version, and at next startup the portable will recognize your new files.

* All these packages MAY be either required or optional for functionality of the software. I just found heavy folders (1 Gb or more) that were in the portable and separated them from main package so you may reduce size, as total size would have been 15 Gb. They are NOT separate plugins that were additionally/optionally installed, they were included in default installation. So they may or might be not needed, if something don't work just download them.
I don't know how to use software, I just portabilize it for you guys. 🙂

ACTIVATED: unlimited licensing included, offline+online version included, even online the license seems to hold well.
LEGIT: online version which you can use with your own license and/or login with your account and use 30 days trial.
separate .svm packages work with both versions 🙂




Version Download Links

Portable 2019.0.1 (activated)

Portable 2019.0.1 (legit)

archive password: thehouseofportable archive password



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12 thoughts on “Autodesk Revit 2019.0.1 Portable [Multilanguage]

  1. on almost every program I download from here, I get a “pure virtual function call” error when I close the program. I tried uninstalling Visual C++ completely and reinstalling the last updates, but I’m still getting this error. I don’t get it on regular installed programs, so I’m not sure why.

    1. Yep it’s a error that all of my portables show from w10 build 1709 (fall creators 2017) and on, it’s really nothing don’t know what causes it, everything just works, please ignore and sorry 🙂

  2. Hi,

    I downloaded fontrevi19.part08.rar more than once and it always gives me an error (maybe damaged).

    Am I the only one having this issue?

  3. I did not find the file revit.dat in the main folder. I took it from the “online version” folder. Everything is working. Thank you!

  4. Can you upload the project folder from Turbo Studio for the main app (revit.svm data file + revit.dat).I need to make some custom adjustments for my own personal needs. Need to add some extensions and make some changes in the main UI.

    1. Sorry I don’t have it anymore, I don’t keep all snaps because I don’t have a thousand TBs to store files… 🙁 You can still build a .svm and it will read it, recognized names are: update,revit,language,kg,pack,pack1,pack2,pack3,pack4 (all .svm) in this order, which is also priority order. So you can use update.svm to store your files and settings and it will read it before others.

      Also, you actually can open svm files with turbo (!) So you can open my revit.svm file and see what files are inside, edit and rebuild it, even registry keys, it’s really just a package. You just can’t edit the main executable, but I made it small in these adsk releases, so you’re lucky, everything in svm file 🙂

      Let me know how your ‘hacking’ goes, thanks!

    2. Oops yeah , you reminded me that svm-s are just virtual archives and can be opened easily.However you can open and edit the exes, just as easy. Thanks for the tip.

      BTW, I get a licensing error when I run the portable in a VM with no other autodesk app installed.

      “A licensing error has occurred.You can use Autodesk Revit 2019 for 7 days….”.

      When run in a PC with any pre-installed autodesk app I don’t get this error.What kind of licensing method have u used for this? It seems you have licensed it with x-force method, no?

      Speaking of modifications, I failed in the 1st attempt to merge the registry keys from the dat file into the revit.svm. Just to reduce the redundancy a bit, I want to convert the revit.svm into revit.dat and make all other packaged layers connect to it.

      So, I used Notepad++ to copy and paste just the registry section of snapshot.xappl from the .dat file into the snapshot.xappl from the revit.svm package. But when I run the new built I get, “… is not a valid win32 application” error.Do you know a proper way to merge the dat container inside revit.svm w/out braking it?

      Oh, and a few notes to optimize the package a bit more neatly:

      1. Please,exclude from install Autodesk Desktop App [ADSKAPP] in the setup.ini file.It makes no sense to have it inside the virtual package.It’s used for updating the app.

      2. I see too many folders as “merge” isolation mode. At least switch to “Write Copy” in Application Data directory so no orphan folders is left in th host PC when exiting the app.

      3. In Windows folder, I usually remove:


      and some more to keep it clean from unneeded junk.

      4. Please use wildcards for svms so ppl. can rename them as they wish.Like @APPDIR@\*.svm but the priority is reversed, from bottom to top in alphabetical order.


  5. Do we need to download all the links stated on the “download links”? example in first line says the portable 2019.0.1 (activated) with 4 links in a row? also do we need to download and include also the material or library links? or 1 link is enough to run the revit portable?

    1. first row are just mirrors of the same files, so you can download more than one part at a time. You will have to download 11 files from the first row of links (sorry its quite a lot but huge program…) then you can download “optional” packs (row 3-4) but I think it’s not that optional because they’re like core files, materials and libraries you know, it’s big files and was not much able to compress so it’s again a lot of parts… you can try to run Revit without those packs if you want and see if you can do your things without those files 🙂

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