Advanced Revit Architecture 2014 Training Video - a Course That Gives a Detailed Insight to Autodesk's BIM Application
Infinite Skills Inc. this week introduced its "Advanced Revit Architecture 2014 Tutorial," an 8-hour training course geared toward experienced Revit users, designed to unlock hidden capabilities and teach best practices.
Revit is a three dimensional architectural design modeling (BIM) program that allows users annotate models with 2D drafting elements. Its unique capabilities for viewing and collaboration come from the ability to access highly detailed building information from a building models database.
Infinite Skills' "Advanced Revit Architecture 2014 Training Video" builds on lessons in the introductory "Learning Revit 2014 Training Video," explaining how to add more detail to model features, and providing a more thorough understanding of settings and collaboration features. The two courses are available bundled at a discounted rate.
Advanced Revit Architecture 2014 Video Training - DVD
Course author Brian Myers has more than twenty years' experience working in Autodesk software. For the last seven years, he has focused on Autodesk Revit, working in all of its various editions. Myers was one of the first certified instructors for Revit Architecture, and, in a addition to his private training practice, he has published several video training series and edited two books. He is the founder of Revit Users, a Revit support community found on LinkedIn.
Building from lessons in the previous course, Myers dives right in to advanced topics, beginning with lessons on defining families and family parameters, followed immediately by an in-depth exploration of how to set up annotation standards, with lessons covering template files, titleblocks, selection tags, dimensions, lines, materials, and much more.
Key concepts covered elsewhere include a chapter on working with site tools that includes lessons on integrating AutoCAD files into Revit models, allowing users to construct a site-view in Revit directly from an AutoCAD drawing.