Revizto 5.5 is live – see the new features and updates.
Today Revizto announced the release of 5.5, the most recent platform update containing six new features. Some of the main features in this update include Autodesk Civil 3D Metadata Import, Autodesk Plant 3D Metadata Import, Revit Sheet Export, Native PDF Printer (Revit 2022), Issue Tracker Map View, and a suite of new plugins for 2022.
Join the 5.5 Release Webinar to see the new features in action – HERE
Revizto 5.5 Features and Updates:
- Autodesk Civil 3D Metadata Import: With this update, all Civil 3D metadata can now seamlessly come into the project, enabling more traditional engineers to interface design reviews with the CAD staff. Data shortcuts are also supported during import/export in 5.5, supporting larger Civil 3D-based projects.
- Autodesk Plant 3D Metadata Import: All Plant 3D metadata can come into the project, also enabling engineers to interface design reviews with the CAD staff, supporting crucial components of industrial projects.
- Revit Sheet Export*: Users can easily export sheets via a third-party PDF printer (BlueBeam, Adobe Acrobat, CutePDF, Bullzip PDF) for all supported Revit versions.
- Native PDF Printer for Revit 2022*: This update boosts the speed of the export, and utilizes the built-in PDF printer for Revit 2022, providing the users with a streamlined and reliable option to export PDF documents from Revit 2022.
- Issue Tracker Map View: This feature brings Revizto’s map tool directly into the Issue Tracker to provide a top-down view of the issue location, with all grids and info visible. Issue Tracker map view provides instant top-down 3D views of all your issues in addition to the drawings, screenshots and traditional 3D views.
- New Plugins: Revit 2022, AutoCAD 2022, Tekla 2021, Inventor 2022.
*Indicated this functionality is currently in beta status.
Request a demo of 5.5 and see the new features in action at revizto.com