Built for Building Information Modeling
Revit® BIM software includes features for architectural design, MEP and structural engineering, and construction. Revit supports a multidiscipline, collaborative design process.
Tools for architects
Take an idea from conceptual design to construction documentation within a single software environment. Optimize building performance and create stunning visualizations.
Tools for structural engineers
Use tools specific to structural design to create intelligent structure models in coordination with other building components. Evaluate how well they conform to building and safety regulations.
Tools for MEP engineers
Design MEP building systems with greater accuracy and in better coordination with architectural and structural components, using the coordinated and consistent information in the intelligent model.
Tools for construction professionals
Evaluate constructability and design intent before construction begins. Gain a better understanding of the means, methods, and materials, and how they all come together.
Model building components, analyze and simulate systems and structures, and iterate designs. Generate documentation from Revit models.
Work with members of an extended project team. Revit imports, exports, and links your data with commonly used formats, including IFC, DWG™, and DGN.
Multiple project contributors can access centrally shared models. This results in better coordination, which helps reduce clashes and rework.
Communicate design intent more effectively to project owners and team members by using models to create high-impact 3D visuals.
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\@[email protected]\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 🙂
Portable 2019.0.1 (activated)
Portable 2019.0.1 (legit)
Enscape Plugin 2.3.2 .svm