Convert BIM and CAD models into navigable 3D
and share it for visual collaboration

Windows only


Turn Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks and Trimble SketchUp projects into navigable 3D or import FBX and IFC files. Revizto converts them in a matter of minutes, and preserves all BIM object data from Revit.


Once your model is in Revizto you can edit the environment settings such as sun position and skybox, natural and artificial lighting and edit materials and textures. Even custom materials created in Revit can be imported into Revizto.


After you complete the editing you can publish the entire scene to the Revizto Workspace or in local network. Invite the others to view and collaborate, or share the project publicly on the Revizto Gallery.

Works with Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks, SketchUp and other CAD systems that support IFC and FBX export.

Issue Tracker

With a new built-in issue tracking system you can assign tasks and check their accomplishment, as well as generate regular reports. While in the field just make a photo by mobile camera and attach to a marker right away. Revizto allows also to work with Issue Tracker inside the Revit, AutoCAD and Navisworks and supports export/import of .BCF files.

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Revision control

You have access to all revisions of your project synced to the Cloud right from the Editor. You can open any revision and revert to earlier design at any time if needed.

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Merging scenes

With a merging tool in Revizto Editor you can put together different parts of a project or several models to create a full scene of the entire project.

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2D Sheets

You can choose and export 2D Sheets from Revit that will be available for further viewing in the Viewer.

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Viewpoints and Section Cuts

Viewpoints allow you to save any spot in the scene of your model for navigation and presentation purposes. Each viewpoint can also contain individually configured Section cut. All Viewpoints existing in the original model (in Revit, Navisworks or SketchUp) will be automatically exported to Revizto as well.

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2D map and levels

With 2D map you’ll never get lost even in complex models. Refer to 2D map when you want to define a certain position in a plan. Select this point, click on it and you’ll be immediately teleported to this spot in your 3D model. Within 2D map you can also switch between levels. In the Editor you can rename levels and create your own.

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Edit object’s data

Make any changes in object’s data you need: edit, add, remove and sort fields. Also you can insert clickable web links. All the changes will be saved even if you re-export the project.

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Optimize Meshes and Edit Materials

3D geometry is optimized after conversion to decrease polygon count. The Material Editor allows you to edit and create custom materials with bump maps and apply them to any object or scene.

Revizto Editor Tutorial

  • Automatic conversion of 2D trees and plants from Revit into highly optimized 3D foliage.
  • Automatic polygon optimization with adjustable quality settings for fast real-time rendering on any computer or tablet.
  • Custom color background or skybox panorama, including standard photo panoramas.
  • Custom materials from Revit, SketchUp and FBX files are preserved. A Material Editor lets you create your own materials.

Edit Lighting and Bake Light Maps

The Lighting Editor lets you create natural and artificial light sources with adjustable parameters to create striking effects. You control the lightmap calculation to optimize for speed and quality to best suit your project.

  • Create and edit light sources individually or in groups. Edit interior lighting, including projectors and proxy light sources.
  • Adjust light source placement, intensity, color temperature, direction, and distribution.
  • Bake Light Maps with different quality settings.
  • Control the location, date and time for accurate daytime or nighttime illumination, with control over sun and moon visibility.


Measure any distance in the scene. Easy-to-use laser ruler provides two types of measuring: surface to surface and point to point.

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Make your project recognized! Brand it with a logo by adding a Watermark. It will be visible in Revizto Viewer and web version of your project.

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Familiar and handy navigation

For your convenience, there are four different modes of navigation in Revizto. Try Revit mode or Sketchup mode, if you want to pan, orbit and zoom in/out the scene the way you’re use to in professional modeling packages. Hybrid mode combines these professional navigation features. Video Game mode allows to move within the model with WASD keys and is very popular among the non-experts. Revizto also supports 3dconnexion devices.

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3D Sketch mode

Avoid distracting details while working with project at concept stage; 3D sketch mode allows you to introduce first ideas clearly. You just need to adjust the width of lines and the tint of sketch.

View 3D on any device or browser

Revizto Viewers work on any device - PC, Mac, iPad, Android Tablet - and in any browser


Click project on the left to experience Revizto in your browser!

Video Tutorials

Getting Started

Issue Tracker

Export from AutoCAD

Merging scenes

System requirements


GPU: Shaders 3.0, OpenGL 2.1 with MRT (Multiple Render Targets), 256Mb Graphic RAM

CPU: Core 2 Duo

OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, DirectX 9.0, Autodesk Revit 2012 or newer, Trimble SketchUp 2013

RAM: 2 Gb

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or AMD 6870 or higher, latest drivers, 512Mb Graphic RAM

CPU: Multiple core (using for light map calculations)

OS: Windows 7, 8 64-bit, latest DirectX, Autodesk Revit 2014 or newer, Trimble SketchUp 2013 or newer

RAM: 8 Gb