Learning Revit 2022 (Imperial and Metric)

Learning Revit 2022 (Imperial and Metric)

Autodesk Revit is one of the most popular building information modeling (BIM) solutions today. In this course, join Paul F. Aubin as he delves into the basics of Revit 2022, showing architects and engineers who are new to the software how to work with its key features. Learn how to choose a template; set up the basic levels, grids, and dimensions; and start adding walls, doors, and windows to your model. Paul also demonstrates how to create views and documentation that clearly communicate your plans, import files from other CAD programs, and produce detailed construction documents. Plus, learn how to create a high-quality photorealistic rendering from any 3D view using the cloud rendering service in Revit 2022.

Note: This course includes exercise files in both imperial and metric units.


  • 英文名称:Learning Revit 2022 (Imperial and Metric)
  • 时长:3小时21分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Getting started with Revit
  2. What is Revit?
  3. How do I get Revit?
  4. Understanding Revit “flavors”
  5. Understanding Revit release versions and file formats
  6. Other Revit courses
  7. Revit or Revit LT?
  8. Opening a project
  9. Opening a collaborative team project
  10. Introducing the interface
  11. Navigating a project's views
  12. Choosing a template file
  13. Setting up levels and grids
  14. Working with walls
  15. Understanding dimensions
  16. Adding doors and windows
  17. Modify the design
  18. Loading families
  19. Creating ceilings and lights
  20. Exploring additional modeling tools
  21. Creating a section
  22. Working with 3D views
  23. Editing in any view
  24. Color scheme diagram
  25. Visibility
  26. Creating an enlarged floor plan
  27. Dimensioning a plan
  28. Creating tags
  29. Customizing tags
  30. Adding a schedule view
  31. Customizing a schedule view
  32. Creating a construction detail
  33. Path of travel
  34. Importing a CAD file
  35. Importing an image file
  36. Linking another Revit file
  37. Performing an interference check
  38. Working with sheets
  39. Plotting a set of documents
  40. Exporting the model
  41. Generating a cloud rendering
  42. Next steps